Equifax still appears to have trouble wrapping its head around the concept of trustworthy software following its massive security breach. The company has launched its promised free credit report locking service, Lock & Alert, but there's one overriding problem: at least initially, the mobile app associated with it doesn't appear to work. The New York Times and Ars Technica both report pervasive problems with the app, ranging from the basic login to.
At a congressional hearing on Tuesday, Equifax’s former chief executive called on competitors to offer free credit locks for life. Experian declined to do so.
The company's interim CEO promises to "let consumers easily lock and unlock access to their Equifax credit files." The service would be "offered free, for life."
Equifax really, really doesn't want you to hate them. The company launched an apology tour for its massive data breach on Wednesday with a letter from the interim CEO, published in The Wall Street Journal, weeks after it revealed th...
CEO Paulino do Rego Barros, Jr says Equifax screwed up and to make up for it, the company is working on a free credit locking service. The post Equifax Plans Free Credit Locking Service appeared first on ExtremeTech.