Fast food burger chain Wendy’s is the latest to fall victim to an attack—but its bigger than originally reported.
The company broadened an investigation into suspicious credit card activity at 300 (5 percent) of its restaurants that was launched in January. Wendy’s officials are now calling that number “considerably higher.”
The problem stems from a form of malware that allowed hackers to gain access to customer credit card data. Wendy’s says another 50 restaurants have cybersecurity issues.