ISS Urges ‘No’ Vote on Five Equifax Directors
The proxy adviser says members of Equifax's technology committee should be held responsible for may be the most costly data breach in corporate history.
How to Manage Cyber-Whistleblower Risk
Companies should pay specific attention to risks arising from the increasingly common whistleblower complaints regarding data breaches and cybersecurity.
Equifax Hack Could Cost ‘Well Over $600M’
The breach could turn out to be the most costly in corporate history, with Equifax expecting another $275 million in costs this year.
CFPB Said to Be Icing Probe of Equifax Breach
Failing to investigate the massive data breach would put “145 million Americans at risk [and] is malpractice,” says a top Democrat in the Senate.
How to Prevent ‘Visual Hacking’
In this high-tech age, low-tech hacking techniques like physically looking at open computer screens may be overlooked, potentially leading to disaster.
Equifax Failed to Patch Software Flaw: Ex-CEO
Richard Smith says the massive data breach at Equifax resulted from a flaw that remained in a web app "much longer than it should have."
SEC Discloses 2016 Hack of EDGAR System
The commission says cybercriminals obtained access to nonpublic information and may have used it to make illicit trades.
N.Y. to Crack Down on Equifax and Its Ilk
State's governor proposes rules that subject credit bureaus to aspects of New York's financial services regulations.
Equifax Hack Exposes App Patch Vulnerability
"The sad and inconvenient truth is that a majority of large companies have similar challenges, problems, and weakness in their cybersecurity.”
Why Stand Alone Against Cyber Risk?
The growth in companies buying stand-alone insurance has plateaued, according to a survey of corporate insurance buyers.
Uber Settles FTC Case Over Privacy Violations
"Our order requires a culture of privacy sensitivity for Uber," Acting FTC Chair Maureen Ohlhausen says of the settlement.