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Equifax's website was under the control of attackers trying to trick visitors into installing fraudulent Adobe Flash updates.
19,000 Canadians had records containing names, addresses, credit or debit card numbers, expiry dates and Social Insurance Numbers breached
The personal information of 145 million Americans was breached in the Equifax hack
In front of the House Digital Commerce and Consumer Protection Subcommittee, former Equifax CEO Richard Smith answers questions from Rep. Jerry McNerney (D-Calif.)
The board of directors at Equifax is reviewing the actions of Chief Legal Officer John J. Kelley in connection with executives’ sales of stock after the company discovered its data security had been breached.
Hackers breached an Equifax payroll-related service in March, months before the company said criminals accessed the personal records of 143 million people.
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My back in USA (what time zone are we in?), morning train reads: • ‘We’ve Been Breached’: Inside the Equifax Hack, that sent shock waves through the industry, spooked consumers and sparked investigations (Wall Street Journal) • Protecting...
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The crisis has sent shock waves through the industry, spooked consumers and sparked investigations. A focus for inquiry is a software glitch that appears to be how the intruders got into the company’s systems.
The company said hackers breached the accounts between mid-May and July, potentially accessing information of 143 million Americans and some Canadians
Credit-reporting company Equifax shocked investors, and more than a third of America, when it announced on Thursday afternoon that hackers had breached its data systems, compromising the personal information of approximately 143 million U.S....
SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- Credit reporting agencies Equifax Inc. , Experian PLC , and TransUnion Corp. have said their credit reports have been breached by computer hackers, according to media reports Tuesday. The confirmation comes after report