"Cicis values its customers and respects the privacy of your information. As a precautionary measure, we want to inform you that your personal information may have been compromised as a result of a data breach that impacted certain of Cicis restaurant locations. Cicis regrets any inconvenience this may have caused."
"As part of our response to this incident, we have notified law enforcement and the state agencies as required by the laws of the jurisdictions in which our restaurants are located, and we will continue to assist with their investigation. The payment card networks have also been informed so that they can coordinate with card issuing banks to monitor for fraudulent activity on cards used during the timeframe in which cards may have been compromised. Cicis continues to monitor and upgrade our systems to keep your information as secure as possible."Cicis Pizza customers should review their credit card statements for unusual activity. If they spot a transaction they don't recognize, they should consider ordering a credit report from one of the three credit bureaus, placing a fraud alert on their credit report, and/or requesting a security freeze on their credit file. The fast food chain joins Wendy's, Dairy Queen, Buffalo Wild Wings, TacoTime, and Wingstop, restaurants which have investigated POS breaches in the past several years.