On September 7, 2017, the consumer reporting agency Equifax announced one of the most highly publicized cybersecurity incidents in history, which may have exposed more than 143 million Americans’ personally identifiable information (PII). Equifax claimed that malicious actors gained unauthorized access to certain files containing consumers’ PII, including Social Security numbers and payment card information, between May and July of 2017.Read more »
Equifax Agrees to New Data Security Measures in Consent Order with Eight State Regulatory Agencies Posted on: July 25, 2018 In: Data Privacy & Cybersecurity
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