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The Mystery of Credit

While working for one of the top five big banks in Canada means that I am a qualified lender and am constantly reviewing credit bureaus I would not call myself a credit expert. 79 more words

Canada

Indian software engineering manager charged with insider trading in US

The Economic Times | PTI |  Jun 29, 2018 |

NEW YORK: An Indian software engineering manager in the US has been charged with trading on confidential information he received while creating a website for consumers impacted by a data breach. 421 more words

Press News

DFS Agrees To Consent Order With Equifax

Yesterday, the New York’s Department of Financial Services announced that had joined several other state regulators in agreeing to a consent agree with Equifax over its shoddy data protection protocols which lead to the historic 2017 data breach of the credit reporting agency. 428 more words

Regulatory

Two Equifax Leaders Charged with Insider Trading Amid Data Breach Mess

A former software developer for Equifax, Sudhakar Reddy Bonthu, faces insider trading charges related to the company’s massive data breach last year, according to the SEC and federal prosecutors. 910 more words

Risk Management

Former Equifax Software Developer Charged With Insider Trading

ATLANTA (AP) — Federal prosecutors said Thursday a former software developer for Atlanta-based Equifax faces insider trading charges related to the company’s massive data breach last year. 399 more words

News

New York Regulators Hit Credit Report Companies With New Rules

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – New York State regulators are introducing new regulations for credit reporting agencies.

The state’s Department of Financial Services is aiming to protect the private data of millions of New Yorkers, Gov. 51 more words

News

VT Digger: Randolph librarian wins surprise judgement against Equifax

VT Digger: Randolph librarian wins surprise judgement against Equifax
. “In a small claims court ruling that surprised even the victor, a self-described member of the ‘librarian resistance’ has won a $600 judgment against Equifax, the credit ratings agency that collects financial data on nearly a billion consumers and businesses worldwide.” I have been a Jessamyn West fan for 20 years!

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