Bruegger's Bagels Warns Customers After Data Breach - NBC Connecticut

Bruegger's Bagels Warns Customers After Data Breach



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    The company that owns Bruegger's Bagels is warning customers that their credit card information may have been compromised.

    The company said it noticed unusual activity on its network on November 28th. Through a cybersecurity firm, Bruegger's determined that someone had gained unauthorized access to its point of sale systems.

    Customers who visited company-owned Bruegger's locations between August 28, 2018, and December 3, 2018, may have had their name and credit card information exposed. The data includes card number, expiration date, and security code.

    The company said it is confident the breach has been contained.

    The affected Connecticut stores are:

    • Avon
    • Glastonbury
    • Whitney Ave. store in New Haven
    • Shelton
    • Trumbull
    • South Main St. store in West Hartford
    • Wallingford

    Bruegger's is urging customers to check their credit card and debit card statements to look for unauthorized activity and to contact their bank to report any suspicious use.

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