Incident: TGI Fridays Delivers Customer Indigestion Over Data Exposure | Threatpost

Incident: TGI Fridays Delivers Customer Indigestion Over Data Exposure | Threatpost

Australian Information Security Incident Reported: August 29 2019

TGI Fridays Delivers Customer Indigestion Over Data Exposure

TGI Fridays Australia restaurant chain warns loyalty reward program member of exposed data incident – Unsecured S3 bucket.

Source: TGI Fridays Delivers Customer Indigestion Over Data Exposure
Reported in: Threatpost

Customers of TGI Fridays Australia were “strongly recommended” to change their MyFridays membership rewards program passwords. According to an email sent to customers this week, the company had inadvertently left sensitive loyalty program data exposed on the internet.

The company explained to Threatpost the publicly exposed data included “back-up files containing data related to an Australian customer program. This did not include any financial information and there has not been any malicious data breach or hack.”

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