Pizza Hut Australia has warned 193,000 customers that their personal data may have been compromised in a recent data breach.

The breach was discovered in early September 2023, and Pizza Hut says that the data that may have been accessed includes customer names, email addresses, phone numbers, and delivery addresses.

“We became aware in early September of a cyber security incident where an unauthorized third party accessed some of the company’s data,” reads the notice sent to customers.

“We have confirmed that the data impacted relates to customer record details and online order transactions held on our Pizza Hut Australia customer database.”

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It is unclear how the hackers gained access to the data, but Pizza Hut says that it is still investigating the breach and that it has taken steps to secure its systems. The company is also working with cybersecurity experts to investigate the breach further.

Pizza Hut has advised customers to change their passwords and to be vigilant for any suspicious activity. The company has also set up a dedicated website and hotline for customers who have any questions or concerns about the data breach.

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