NCBP announced a security breach that impacts hundreds of restaurants, Retail, and Grocery point of sale systems. The security breach impacted 137 restaurants.

According to North Country Business Products, Inc, following are the details exposed that include the cardholder’s name, credit card number, expiration date, and CVV.

The company learned that there is suspicious activity in their system between January 3, 2019, and January 24, 2019, and launched a Forensic investigation to determine the nature of the incident.

From the investigation report, the NCBP reads that hackers deployed malware to certain business partners restaurants and have collected the credit and debit card information.

NCBP started notifying customers of its business partners about the breach, “North Country established a dedicated assistance line for individuals seeking additional information regarding this incident.”

Here you can see the complete list of the North Country’s business partners whose customer data was potentially exposed.

“North Country takes this incident and the security of our customers’ information very seriously. The company has updated processes to further strengthen its systems to protect its business partners’ customer debit or credit card information and will continue to work with third-party experts to help ensure the highest levels of security.”

North Country Business Products was found in 1948, and the company offers a point of sale solution partner who offers customized solutions and support for the grocery and hospitality industries.

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