More bad news about Equifax
In the wake of last September’s announcement by Equifax that the personal data of over 145 million consumers have been compromised comes more bad news that the hack of their data base was even worse than originally reported. In addition to the stolen data noted in the first report, more information such as Taxpayer Identification Numbers, email addresses and drivers license numbers have also been exposed to cyber-criminals, as this article by Eric Mandel of the Atlanta Business Cronicle explains. Click here to read more.
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