Hackers Decide to 'Eat Mor Chickin' as Chick-fil-A Investigates Breach
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Chick-fil-A released a public statement on Jan. 2, confirming that it is investigating a possible data breach at its restaurants.
While Chick-fil-A's statement was issued on Jan. 2, the company admitted that it received a report about a potential breach on Dec. 19. After the report was received, Chick-fil-A indicated that it launched an investigation to determine what had occurred.
"The initial report was of potential suspicious activity involving payment cards at a few restaurants," Chick-fil-A stated. "Our investigation is ongoing and we will update as we are able to do so."