Diners who used credit and debit cards at the Tennessee based O’Charley’s restaurants between March 18, 2016, and April 8, 2016, were notified by O’Charley’s of a data breach that affected its point of sale systems. Consumers were also warned by the Georgia Attorney General, who suggested that consumers who dined at the chain monitor credit card and bank statements.

O’Charley’s operates more than 200 restaurants in 17 states, including Georgia. O’Charley’s announced that it has notified law enforcement and at the present time does not know how many cards were affected, but has set up a website to assist consumers with precautionary steps: http://www.ocharleys.com/protectingourguests.