If you’ve eaten at Chili’s recently, check your credit card statements. If were at a Chili’s during March or April, the restaurant announced by Brinker International that a security breach was detected on May 11th which resulted in credit and debit card numbers and customers names being at risk. Chili’s is offering anyone affected by the breach one year worth of credit monitoring, a $1 million insurance reimbursement policy, and identity theft recovery services. Brinker, the parent company of Chili’s, says there is no need to cancel your credit card unless you’ve noticed suspicious activity. Read more about this here.