Convenience store chain Wawa reports data breach

Convenience store chain Wawa has disclosed a data breach that occurred from March 2019 to December 2019.  Malware was detected and then removed from its payment processing servers by their information security team. Payment information, including credit and debit card numbers, expiration dates, and cardholder names were included in this breach. Wawa is offering one year of identity theft protection for affected cardholders.

Ring states that its services have not been compromised by hackers

Video camera maker Ring released a statement specifying that its customer accounts have not been compromised by hackers.   A small number of Ring customers had Ring home video cameras accessed by third parties using login credentials that were previously made available in data breaches from other companies and websites.  Ring recommended setting up two-factor authentication, not reusing passwords for multiple websites, and other security measures to its customers.