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Not much has changed since the 2017 Equifax breach

by Kimberly Adams Jul 22, 2019
Cyber security experts warn that consumers are as vulnerable to hacking now as they were back then.
Former Equifax CEO Richard Smith prepares to testify before the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee in October 2017 in Washington, DC.
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Protecting your identity: the difference between a credit lock and a credit freeze

by Janet Nguyen Sep 24, 2018
The three major credit agencies now allow you to freeze your credit for free.
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Is your data safer today than when the Equifax data breach was announced a year ago?

by Molly Wood Sep 7, 2018
The breach affected 147 million people. Here's what's happened since.
Saxby Chambliss, a former Republican senator from Georgia, advises former Equifax CEO Richard Smith before he testifies to the House Energy and Commerce Committee's Digital Commerce and Consumer Protection Subcommittee on Capitol Hill on Oct. 3, 2017. Smith stepped down as CEO of Equifax after it was reported that hackers broke into the credit reporting agency and made off with the personal information of more than 147 million Americans.
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The Equifax breach happened a year ago. If you’re still frozen, you’re not alone.

by Renata Sago Sep 6, 2018
Many consumers are keeping their credit frozen, just to be safe.
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The way credit scores are calculated is changing

by Justin Ho Aug 15, 2018
The New York Fed says fewer kinds of missed payments are showing up on credit scores.
A cornerstone in the Federal Reserve Bank of New York building is seen on July 29, 2011 in New York City. 
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Treasury intervention could give more help to data breach victims

by Justin Ho Aug 2, 2018
This week, the Treasury Department issued recommendations to protect consumers from big data breaches, like the ones we’ve seen at Equifax and Target. Among the Treasury Department’s recommendations: creating a national standard for handling the aftermath of data breaches. Click…
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FICO’s grip on mortgage credit scores challenged

by Aaron Schrank Mar 14, 2018
Mortgage finance giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac consider one credit score when determining the creditworthiness of mortgage applicants: FICO.  Some members of Congress want to change that by adding a provision to a bank deregulation bill that would require…

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Shouldn’t a company have to tell you when it’s been hacked?

by Molly Wood Mar 1, 2018
Here are three reasons why there should be breach-notification law.
In this photo illustration, a virtual map of the internet is projected onto a woman in London.
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Elizabeth Warren: "Equifax may actually make money off this breach"

by Molly Wood, Stephanie Hughes, and Shaheen Ainpour Feb 28, 2018
The Massachusetts senator thinks the credit-rating agency got off easy.
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, above, and Virginia Sen. Mark Warner are introducing legislation that would levy harsh penalties for security breaches at credit-rating agencies.
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Monitor credit scores? You might wish you had if you don’t

by Erika Beras Feb 26, 2018
Most people say they care about credit card security. They just don’t take time to deal with it before it’s too late. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.