In a recent report from the Earl of Enterprises, breaking into a credit card has affected many of their restaurants, which includes the three Disney Springs restaurants. The former restaurants can include the following badges: Buca di Beppo, Earl of Sandwich, Planet Hollywood, Guy Chicken!, Mixology and Tequila Taqueria.
Since then the organization has launched an internal audit and has been involved in two companies producing cyberecurity. As part of the inquiry, they have been in contact with federal law enforcement officers and they work with them.
Based on the survey, it is likely that unlicensed software included some malicious software on some sales systems at a number of Earl Enterprises restaurants. The malware has been designed to accept payment card data, which may include credit and debit card numbers, termination dates and, in some cases, names of t taxation. Online orders have been paid online through claims or senior third party organizations No participate in this event.
Earl Enterprises are asking guests who have eaten at these restaurants to carefully review credit and debit account statements as soon as possible for suspicious charges or anonymous activity.
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