Law360, New York (May 23, 2016, 9:20 PM EDT) -- National restaurant chain O'Charley's announced on Friday that it had suffered a security breach in which hackers might have made off with diners' payment card information during a three-week period starting in mid-March, prompting at least one state attorney general to warn residents to monitor their accounts.
O'Charley's, which has more than 200 locations in 17 states, told consumers in a statement posted on its website Friday that an unauthorized program was found installed on its point-of-sale devices that might have allowed hackers to nab cardholder names and card numbers data after they were swiped at its restaurants between March 18...
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