Pizza Hut acknowledged a temporary security intrusion that revealed the information of some customers who placed an order through the company’s website or mobile application during a 28-hour period between the morning of October 1 and midday on October 2, 2017. According to Pizza Hut’s customer notification letter, the intrusion impacted a small percentage of customers and they believe that less than one percent of website visits were affected. Information believed to be compromised includes customer names, billing zip codes, delivery addresses, email addresses, and payment card information such as account numbers, expiration dates, and CVV numbers. Pizza Hut stated that Kroll Information Assurance, LLC will be providing victims with one year of credit monitoring services at no cost.The NJCCIC recommends Pizza Hut customers who placed orders during the time frame of the breach monitor their financial accounts, report any incidents of fraud to their financial institutions, and request new payment cards. We also recommend that impacted customers take advantage of the free credit monitoring services offered by Kroll Information Assurance, LLC.