32 Advisors CEO Robert Wolf discusses how the Massachusetts attorney general is suing Equifax.
FBN's Tracee Carrasco on a second cyber breach reported at Equifax.
Cybersecurity expert Morgan Wright on the Equifax cybersecurity breach.
Cylance Senior Vice President Christopher Bray and former federal prosecutor John Lauro on the fallout from the Equifax breach.
FBN's Deirdre Bolton on a Justice Department investigation into Equifax executives.
Bitcoin bounced by more than 20 percent in the space of just four hours on Friday, having skidded below $3,000 earlier as Chinese authorities ordered Beijing-based cryptocurrency exchanges to stop trading.
Shares of credit reporting agency Equifax have fallen more than 35% since the company announced a massive cyber-security breach that likely impacted all U.S. adults, however the lack of transparency in the wake of the incident has done little to increase consumer or investor confidence in the company.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro is leading a national multi-state investigation into the Equifax data breach that may have impacted 143 million U.S. consumers.
Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro (D) on the investigation into how the records of 143 million Americans may have been exposed due to the Equifax data breach.
FBN’s Lauren Simonetti on the markets, the Equifax cyber breach and Crayola’s new crayon color.
A look at Kaspersky Lab and the products that it makes
The Trump administration on Wednesday told U.S. government agencies to remove Kaspersky Lab products from their networks, saying it was concerned the Moscow-based cyber security firm was vulnerable to Kremlin influence.
Credit reporting company Equifax blamed a web server vulnerability in its open-source software, called Apache Struts, for the recent data breach that compromised personal details of as many as 143 million U.S. consumers.
Equifax CEO Richard Smith, who is set to testify before Congress on Oct. 3, came under increased fire today for the massive data breach into his company that may affect at least 143 million Americans.
A U.S. House panel said Wednesday the chief executive of Equifax will testify about a massive data breach that impacted up to 143 million Americans at an Oct. 3 hearing
In the wake of the Equifax breach, businesses, lawmakers and individuals are grappling with the issue of protecting personal information – and for Congress, that could mean increased regulation and oversight.
Economist Jerry Bowyer on the similar problems at play in Equifax's data breach and Wells Fargo's phony account scandal.
North Korea may be attempting to circumvent the effects of tough economic sanctions by enlisting state-sponsored hackers to target bitcoin exchanges, according to a prominent cybersecurity firm.
It's not only been a breach of data affecting 143 million users, but it's a breach that has cut to the core of the cloud's credibility. This is not Game of Thrones or an old credit card number. This is a company that stores our most private and confidential information used in financial and background checks, including Social Security numbers, drivers’ licenses and birth dates.
A handful of cyber security stocks have rallied since the hacking of the credit-reporting company Equifax was disclosed last week.