PRINCETON N.J. Payment card data from customers at about 60,000 restaurants nationwide may have been stolen over the past several months, according to Heartland Payment Systems, a processor with several restaurant industry ties. The processor said criminals – possibly a “global cyber fraud ring” – implanted data-stealing software within its network in 2008 that was detected last week after suspicious activity was spotted concerning some transactions. The number of customers affected ...
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