The restaurant chain On the Border suffered a data breach that may have compromised customer credit card information. Those who visited the chain between April and August of 2019 in one of 27 states could be at risk. The cause of the breach was malware installed on a payment processing system. A representative for the Tex-Mex chain said they have retained a leading forensics firm for the investigation, and are also cooperating with law enforcement.
- In late November, On the Border, the popular restaurant chain, experienced a data breach in 27 states.
- Anyone who used their credit card at the chain from April to August 2019 might have had their credit card details compromised.
- The incident occurred when malware was installed on the company’s processing system for payments.
“Last week, the Tex-Mex restaurant chain On the Border suffered a data breach that impacted its payment acceptance systems in 27 states.”