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On Sept. 18, Rep. Jim Langevin (D-R.I.) reintroduced legislation to establish national standards for informing consumers when their data has been hacked or breached.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers offered a bill Thursday to improve diplomacy on cyber issues, including by saving the State Department's beleaguered Office of the Coordinator for Cyber Issues.
The Federal Trade Commission said Thursday that it is investigating the massive data breach at credit reporting agency Equifax, adding the top U.S.
It is being called the most devastating consumer information breach in history. The more than 143 million consumer credit records hacked from Atlanta-based Equifax this earlier this spring saw all sorts of personal data stolen including Social Security numbers, credit cards numbers, birth dates, home addresses, drivers' license information.
Don’t expect the furor to die down soon regarding the massive data breach that hit consumer credit rating firm Equifax and potentially
An inspector general is looking into Treasury Secretary Steven T. Mnuchin’s request for a U.S.
On September 7, 2017, Equifax, one of the three large credit reporting bureaus, announced a cybersecurity incident impacting approximately 143 million U.S. consumers. According to Equifax, the breach occurred mid-May through July 2017.