Chili’s Data Breach Impacts Customer Payment Information

Brinker International Inc., the parent company of Chili’s Grill & Bar, said credit or debit card information from customers was stolen after a hacking incident at corporate Chili’s restaurants.

Dallas-based Brinker released a statement about the breach late Friday, the same day it discovered the hack. The “data incident” occurred between March and April 2018, the company said. However, Brinker didn’t provide certain details tied to the hack, including how many potential customers might be impacted and the number of restaurants involved.

“We continue to assess the scope of the incident,” the company said.

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