Equifax Inc (EFX) COM Stk USD1.25
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22 July 2019 12:43
(Sharecast News) - Credit reporting giant Equifax has been fined $600m by New York Attorney General Letitia James on Monday, in what is the largest ever settlement over a data breach.
10 October 2017 21:56
(ShareCast News) - Credit checking agency Equifax said that 15.2m people in the UK had their records stolen in a major cyber attack it originally reported last month at half that size.
26 September 2017 14:23
(ShareCast News) - The chief executive of embattled Equifax has announced his departure from the credit scoring company with immediate effect following the massive data breach that potentially compromised...
14 September 2017 10:41
(ShareCast News) - It's one of the most basic rules of internet security - but embattled credit reporting agency Equifax has been caught red-faced using 'admin' as both its login and password.
8 September 2017 07:43
(ShareCast News) - Amid one of the biggest data breaches in US history, it has emerged that three Equifax senior executives sold almost $1.8m in shares in the days after the credit reporting agency...
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