AutoZone, the leading U.S. retailer of aftermarket automotive parts with over 7,000 stores is currently embroiled in a class action lawsuit related to a data breach experienced earlier this year. Filed on November 24, the lawsuit accuses AutoZone of not adequately safeguarding its computer network and the sensitive data it holds. The breach, which occurred around August 15, compromised the personal identifiable information of approximately 185,000 customers. Information included names, addresses, birth dates, Social Security, and driver’s license numbers, among other financial details. This breach was linked to a widely known vulnerability in the MOVEit application, previously exploited in attacks impacting over 2,000 companies and affecting more than 62 million individuals.