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Computer hackers gained access to the e-mail addresses of customers of several large companies in a potentially huge data breach at U.S. online marketing firm Epsilon.
The 280-unit Strategic Restaurants will enable guests in key locations to stay connected when they are away from home or the office though the addition of MegaPath's Managed WiFi HotSpots Service.
The penalty is being paid in connection with a 2009 data breach at restaurants that include Ned Devine's, The Green Briar, The Harp, and others.
TripAdvisor.com reveals that hackers made off with a portion of the site's member e-mail list.
At its Annual Meeting of Shareholders, Starbucks announced that more than 3 million people have paid using the Starbucks Card Mobile since launching in January.
Diversified Restaurant Holdings, Inc. selected SecureConnect for its ability to secure even the most complex of infrastructures.
Guests' charges can be billed directly to their rooms, and non-hotel guests can be immediately charged through the hotel's POS system.
Vacaville, Calif. investigators have traced the credit card thefts back to a Nation's Giant Hamburgers location.
New POS offering features an enterprise configuration manager, back office tools, operations reporting, remote care and integrates with QSR Automations' ePic Kitchen Management Solution and 911 Software's CreditLine.