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Equifax apologized again Friday for its massive data breach and touted plans to build a new credit monitoring tool to give people more control over their data.
During an earnings call, Chief.. L.A. Times Also reported by •USATODAY.com
Equifax executives are being grilled on Capitol Hill today about the cyberattack that exposed the private information of 143 million American consumers. So what happens to all of that data? Jim Cramer.. Source: The Street -
(Reuters) - Equifax Inc said on Friday four of its executives who sold shares before the credit-reporting firm disclosed a massive data breach that wiped out billions from its market value were not.. Reuters
The eyes of the Securities and Exchange Commission and the US Department of Justice have been focused on some questionable stock sales initiated by three Equifax executives a month before the data.. engadget Also reported by •TUAW
ATLANTA (AP) — Equifax says a special committee has determined that four of its executives did not commit insider trading prior to public disclosure of its massive data breach. It was found that.. SeattlePI.com Also reported by •Business Insider •Seattle Times
Former Equifax CEO Richard F. Smith plans on apologizing before a congressional committee on Tuesday, saying “we let them down” of the 143 million Americans impacted by the company’s massive hack.. The Wrap
Equifax is not done putting executives under the microscope in the wake of the massive cybersecurity breach that has already led to the departures of three officials. The Wall Street Journal reported.. bizjournals
When Equifax first disclosed the shocking news on September 7 that its servers and some 143 million private account had been hacked, leaking everything from names, to addresses, to social security.. Zero Hedge