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Sources said hackers took advantage of companies that used authentic financial data when they were testing the agency's corporate filing system.
The chairman of the SEC only learned in August that hackers had last year breached the regulator's database of corporate announcements.
If you were alerted to return to the Equifax website for identity protection, remember to try again.
Jules Urbach, OTOY founder and CEO, provides insight to bitcoin, its blockchain technology, and the ethereum blockchain
One of several units spun out of HP, Hewlett Packard Enterprise offers cybersecurity, enterprise Wi-Fi, servers and other corporate tech.
Wall Street is about to begin implementing a system that will track every trade, making it a treasure chest of secret trading information.
Certainly a sophisticated threat actor could very easily find ways into the SEC system, a former attorney for the agency told CNBC.
Discussing the hack at the SEC with Bradley Bondi, Cahill Gordon & Reindel, and Bryan Seely, cybersecurity expert and advisor to John McAfee.
CNBC's Aditi Roy reports on how hackers attempted to probe Equifax in March, and how the company accidentally sent customers to a phishing site disguised as a dedicated site to helping those affected by the breach.
Scott Kimpel, former SEC attorney, discusses the security systems protecting the database that was hacked in the Securities and Exchange Commission.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security detected five "critical" cyber security weaknesses on the Securities and Exchange Commission's computers as of January 23, 2017, according to a confidential weekly report reviewed by Reuters.
CEO Richard Smith will testify before the Senate Banking Committee about the Equifax security breach.
Eric O’Neill, Carbon Black national security strategist and former FBI operative, and Mike Armistead, Respond Software CEO, discuss the fallout from recent hacks at the SEC and Equifax and how cybersecurity threats are growing.
Henry Blodget, Business Insider founder and CEO, discusses the news that the SEC was hacked back in 2016.
Leo Taddeo, Cyxtera CISO and former FBI special agent, discusses the new report that hackers had gained access to Equifax's systems back in March.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports the latest on the newly reported 2016 hack into the Securities Exchange Commission.
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