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After a month of speculation and investigation, restaurant chain International Dairy Queen officially confirmed on Oct. 9 that its stores had been the victim of a data breach. International Dairy Queen has both the Dairy Queen ice cream chain and Orange ...
eWeek · 10/10/2014
Here’s a roundup of the latest data breach news: Dairy Queen – On Thursday, Dairy Queen confirmed that nearly 400 Dairy Queen locations (and one Orange Julius location) were compromised by Backoff malware in August. When news of a potential …
Forbes · 10/12/2014
Dairy Queen confirmed that 395 of its stores spread across 46 states, as well as one Orange Julius location have been breached, making it yet another name added to the growing list of businesses hacked in recent months. Malware installed on cash …
breakingfinancenews.com · 10/11/2014
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International Dairy Queen Inc. became the latest company to confirm a data breach, announcing Thursday the “Backoff” malware affected payment card information at 395 of its 4,500-plus U.S. locations.
Wall Street Journal · 10/9/2014
Last week, the Department of Homeland Security issued an advisory that estimated more than 1,000 businesses have been affected by the same "Backoff" malicious software which led to the Target breach. Dairy Queen appears to be the latest victim.
Low Cards · 8/29/2014
A Dairy Queen breach was recently revealed by Brian Krebs, who runs the website Krebs on Security. When Krebs initially uncovered evidence of the Dairy Queen breach, the company was unwilling to believe that their customers’ debit card and credit card ...
The Inquisitr · 8/28/2014
Edina, Minn.-based Dairy Queen said the breach occurred between Aug. 1 and Oct. 6, affecting units in 46 states and involving the so-called “Backoff” malware that has targeted other U.S. retailers. John Gainor, Dairy Queen’s president and chief ...
Nation's Restaurant News · ByRon Ruggless · 10/10/2014
In the latest cyberattack on American retailers and restaurants, both Kmart and Dairy Queen said their computer systems were compromised in security intrusions involving customers’ credit and debit card information. Kmart, a subsidiary of Sears Holdings ...
Bits Blog NYTimes · ByNicole Perlroth · 10/11/2014
Dairy Queen has acknowledged that it was recently alerted by the U.S. Secret Service to a possible data breach related to the Backoff point-of-sale malware, and has admitted that "customer data at a limited number of stores may be at risk." The company ...
eSecurity Planet · ByJeff Goldman · 9/1/2014
The ice cream and fast food chain says 395 of its stores around the country were affected. The data breach happened between August and September. Dairy Queen says it worked with law enforcement authorities and credit card companies to investigate …
USA Today · 10/10/2014