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  • More executive changes at Equifax: Former interim CEO to lead U.S. information business

    Paulino do Rego Barros will take over U.S. Information Solutions division
    It’s been a bit of a revolving door amongst senior management at Equifax ever since the massive data breach that exposed the personal information of nearly 148 million U.S. consumers to hackers was first disclosed. And it looks like the company isn't done making changes yet.
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  • Another former Equifax employee charged with insider trading

    SEC charges former manager for dumping stock before data breach announcement
    On Thursday, the Securities and Exchange Commission announced insider trader charges against a former Equifax manager for dumping stock prior to the company’s announcement of a data breach that exposed the data of more than 143 million American consumers to hackers.
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  • Equifax taps former IBM executive Bryson Koehler to lead technology efforts

    Will serve as chief technology officer
    Equifax is continuing to reshape its leadership in the wake of the massive data breach that exposed the personal information of nearly 148 million U.S. consumers to hackers. Back in February, Equifax added a new chief information security officer, replacing one of the executives who left after the breach. Now, the company is adding another executive to help move the company forward.
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  • Equifax reveals how much information was really exposed in data breach

    How bad was Equifax’s data breach? Bad.
    For the first time, Equifax is revealing just how much personal data was exposed in the massive data breach that affected more than 148 million Americans. In a new filing with the SEC, the credit reporting agency broke down in detail the types of – and how much exactly – sensitive personal information was exposed to hackers in the breach. It's as bad as you think.
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  • Equifax names new CEO as fallout from data breach continues

    Mark Begor will take over for Paulino do Rego Barros
    Equifax has found who it believes is the right person to lead the company into its next phase as the credit reporting agency continues to deal with the fallout from its massive data breach that exposed the personal information of nearly 148 million U.S. consumers to hackers. Equifax announced Wednesday that it is naming former GE executive Mark Begor as its next CEO.
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  • Former Equifax executive accused of dumping stock after learning of data breach

    SEC, DOJ charge former CIO Jun Ying with insider trading
    The former chief information officer of Equifax’s U.S. business dumped nearly $1 million in company stock after learning of the massive data breach at the credit reporting agency, but before the breach was disclosed to the public, the Securities and Exchange Commission and Department of Justice said Wednesday.
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  • Equifax reveals 2.4 million more people were victims of data breach

    Additional names and partial driver’s license information stolen by hackers
    Equifax revealed Thursday that an additional 2.4 million people are victims of the company’s 2017 data breach. Initially, the company said the personal information of approximately 143 million people was stolen. Now, it turns out that the number of victims is actually closer to 148 million.
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  • House Democrats push Equifax to provide more protection for data breach victims

    Want Equifax to provide three years of identify theft protection
    In the wake of the massive data breach that exposed the personal information of 145.5 million U.S. consumers to hackers, Equifax offered to provide a number of services to the affected consumers, including one year of identity theft protection. But, in the eyes of all 19 Democrats on the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, Equifax is not doing enough to make those consumers whole again.
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