Hawaii restaurant warns card information may be compromised

HONOLULU — A Hawaii restaurant chain says a data breach may have compromised customers’ personal information, including credit and debit card numbers.

Zippy’s Restaurants says customers who made purchases with cards from Nov. 23 to March 29 may be affected.

The information may have been compromised at all Zippy’s locations as well as Napoleon’s Bakery, Kahala Sushi and Pearl City Sushi.

The company says it is working with security experts to “implement processes and measures that will improve our system security to help prevent this from happening again.”

The company advises customers to monitor their credit or debit card statements and immediately contact their financial institutions if they find suspicious activity.

Zippy’s is one of Hawaii’s largest restaurant chains.


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