Equifax CEO says company 'will make changes' after security breach
Tuesday, 12 September 2017 () WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Equifax Inc "will make changes" after a security breach in July that may have exposed the data of up to 143 million people, the company's Chief Executive Officer Richard Smith said in an opinion piece in USA Today on Tuesday.
Equifax stock plunged despite the company's CEO annoucing changes after a security breach that may have exposed the data of up to 143 million people. Fred... USATODAY.com - USAlso reported by •SeattlePI.com •bizjournals •Seattle Times
Add another "oops" to Equifax's pile.
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