Two data breach events exposed 150 million usernames, emails and passwords at UnderArmour, and 5 million credit/debit cards from Saks and Lord & Taylor retail stores.

Panera Bread's recent data breach impacted up to 37 million customers — exposing names, email addresses, home addresses, phone numbers, birth dates, customer loyalty account numbers and the last four digits of saved credit cards.

What should you do?  Follow these steps if you have been impacted

Panera breach

Change the passwords to your email and Panera Bread loyalty accounts. Avoid reusing passwords for multiple accounts.

Be wary of social engineering scams. Identity thieves use social engineering scams to capture more personal information.

Secure any prepaid funds and saved payment cards associated with your Panera loyalty account.

Keep an eye on your financial statements to spot suspicious activity on your accounts.

Consider placing your phone number on the Do Not Call registry.

Saks Retail Stores

Reach out to your financial institution about any cards that may have been impacted.

Keep an eye on your financial statements for signs of suspicious activity.

UnderArmour Data Breach

Update the login credentials for your MyFitnessPal account.

Be on the lookout for phishing emails that are meant to capture more information about you.

Will you be the next business affected?  If you have even a little concern; let us do a basic network and security assessment.  Read more here about what we can do for you or just book your appointment here