Equifax on Friday responded to concerns surrounding the massive security breach it announced a day earlier.
The credit-monitoring agency said problems with a website established for customers to see if they were among the 143 million affected by the hack had been fixed.
The company said it made three key adjustments to handle the aftermath of the breach:
Consumers can immediately determine whether they were affected by the breach.
Equifax, one of the United States’ primary credit reporting agencies, announced Thursday that its databases had been breached. Private information on more than 143 million people in the US, including Social Security Numbers, […] The...
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Almost half of the US population may have been affected by the massive Equifax data breach, with the credit bureau revealing the personal info for as many as 143 million customers may have been exposed. Even as a handful of its top ...
Investors were bailing out on Equifax a day after the credit monitoring company said a data breach exposed the Social Security numbers and other personal data of 143 million Americans.