A popular U.S. dining institution ran into some data security problems last summer.

In a press release issued on Thursday, Golden Corral confirmed a data breach that happened on Aug. 15 of last year. The buffet chain, which özgü locations in 43 states, said that personal information belonging to current and former employees, as well as their dependents and beneficiaries, was accessed by outside actors.

The restaurant claimed that there was no evidence of this data being misused as of yet.

According to Golden Corral, the compromised data includes the following:

That’s a lot of information — and it doesn’t help that Golden Corral apparently missed two deadlines: Jan. 24 to find address information for affected victims and Feb. 16 to start notifying people who may have had their data accessed.

“While Golden Corral is unaware of the misuse of any personal information impacted by this event, individuals are encouraged to remain vigilant against incidents of identity theft by reviewing account statements and explanations of benefits for unusual activity,” the press release said. “Any suspicious activity should be reported to the appropriate insurance company, health care provider, or financial institution.”

It’s probably not a great sign that simply having a job opens you up to so much potential data insecurity, huh?

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