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Massive Equifax Hack Shows Cyber Risk to Deposits and Investments Today

Massive Equifax Hack Shows Cyber Risk to Deposits and Investments Today 44% of US population affected by Equifax hack Hackers took names, birthdays and addresses, Social Security and driver’s license numbers Steve Mnuchin “concerned about the global financial system and keeping it safe,” Hacks is a reminder of the vulnerabilities created in a connected world Cyber security is a major threat to both banking and financial industry Investors should hold physical gold as insurance against hacking and cyber attacks Last week 143 million people woke up to the news that a data breach at Equifax has left them wide open to financial and identity fraud.
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