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"If you go to the wrong box, you don't get the free credit monitoring. You pay $17.95 a month," says George Jepsen.
"We all really don't have a handle of all that happened," Karl Racine tells CNBC.
District of Columbia Attorney General Karl Racine discusses the launch of an investigation by 33 state attorneys general into Equifax following its massive data breach.
Blockchain technology is on the radar of a number of tech corporations – and IBM is leading the way, according to research.
The Muddy Waters Research founder says investors will punish the stock further if liabilities become massive.
The "Squawk on the Street" news crew talks about the continuing fallout from Equifax's security breach.
Carson Block, Muddy Waters Research founder, explains why he is personally suing credit reporting agency Equifax after its massive data breach.
ATM skimming is on the rise and getting more sophisticated, especially as criminals try to cash in before the switch to more secure chips.
Two Equifax executives are retiring, effective immediately.
U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren said she has begun an investigation into Equifax's massive data breach.
"None of these systems are flawless," Tom Grissen says.
UBS says FedEx is facing market share losses in Europe due to the cyberattack disruptions in its TNT Express subsidiary.
Discussing the regulatory need for consumer protection in the wake of the Equifax data breach with Joel Brenner, former NSA senior counsel and Chertoff Group senior advisor.
Where you live determines what you'll pay to put a lock on your credit report
Jim Stewart of The New York Times discusses the possible insider trading cases in connection with the massive Equifax data breach.
Discussing the probe into Equifax's massive data breach as well as what CEO Richard Smith and management should do to mitigate the fallout with Jeff Sonnenfeld, Yale School of Management senior associate dean, and Eric Dezenhall, Dezehnhall Resources CEO.
Cramer says one would think Equifax would be more prepared for a massive data breach.
Elizabeth Warren is not going away, says CNBC's Jim Cramer weighing in on new legislation that would stop credit report agencies from charging consumers for freezing access to credit files.
Stop North Korea from getting hard assets into the country, says John Yoo, Berkeley University Law School professor, discussing U.S. options against North Korea, including using high-tech tools to pressure the regime.
U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren said she has begun an investigation into Equifax's massive data breach and will introduce a bill to give consumers the ability to freeze their credit for free.
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