Noodles & Company announced a data security breach that may have comprised payment information for some customers — including Ohio residents who visited the restaurant.
The restaurant chain said customers who used a debit or credit card at Noodles & Company locations between Jan. 31 to June 2 could be affected by the breach.
On May 17, Noodles & Company began investigating unusual activity on its credit card processor. The company began working with third-party forensic experts to investigate these reports and to identify any signs of compromise on its computer systems, according to a news release.
In early June, the company discovered suspicious activity on its computer systems that indicated a potential compromise of guests’ debit and credit card data for some debit and credit cards used at certain Noodles & Company locations.
“Noodles & Company takes the security of our guests’ information extremely seriously, and we apologize for the inconvenience this incident has caused our guests,” said Kevin Reddy, chairman and chief executive officer. “We continue to work with third-party forensic investigators and law enforcement officials to ensure the security of our systems on behalf of our guests.”
Area restaurants impacted are:
- The Greene, 11 Greene Blvd., Beavercreek.
- Austin Landing, 3400 Rigby Road, Miami Twp.
- Tylersville Road, 7791 Cox Lane, West Chester Twp.
- Mason, 9368 S. Mason-Montgomery Road, Mason
- Tri-County, 11725 Princeton Pike, Springdale
- Kenwood, 7800 Montgomery Road, Cincinnati
- Hyde Park, 3707 Isabella Ave., Cincinnati
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