ORLANDO, Fla. – Wawa CEO Chris Gheysens apologized to Wawa customers after a malware data breach.
Gheysens said the malware impacted customer credit card and debit card information.
The information security team discovered the malware on payment processing serves on Dec. 10 and contained it by Dec. 12, according to Gheysens.
The malware no longer poses a risk to customers, according to Wawa officials.
The data breach potentially hit every Wawa location beginning at different points in time after March 4, according to Gheysens.
“I want to reassure you that you will not be responsible for any fraudulent charges on your payment cards related to this incident, as described in the detailed information below. Please review this entire letter carefully to learn about the resources Wawa is providing and the steps you should take now to protect your information,” Gheysens said.