HARRISBURG (AP) – A PA-based convenience store chain is agreeing to pay $8 million to several states over a 2019 data breach that involved some 34 million payment cards, The PA Attorney General’s office said that Wawa, Inc. did not take reasonable security measures to prevent hackers from installing malware that is thought to have collected card numbers, customer names, and other data. Wawa is agreeing to new policies to toughen its security efforts to combat data breaches.