Richard Smith's abrupt departure as CEO of Equifax on Tuesday hasn't calmed the criticism of the company's handling of a massive data breach. » Read More
By: Jeff Cox
Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Jay Clayton called for better disclosure from companies whose systems have been hacked. » Read More
Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft, weighs in on corporate culture and cybersecurity.
"I think there's more of a chance that there won't be a full-blown investigation" into the recent Equifax data breach, Jim Cramer says.
The sudden departure comes amid intensifying scrutiny of the breach and the company's handling of it.
Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said China needed to "guarantee fair and reciprocal treatment for U.S. firms" while on a visit to Beijing.
Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, Yale School of Management senior associate dean, weighs in on Equifax CEO Richard Smith announcing his retirement today following the massive data breach affecting millions of people.
"I've told my entire family, please do not respond to anything that has Equifax on it," Sen. Bob Corker says.
This guy had to be sacrificed, says CNBC's Jim Cramer weighing in on the departure of Equifax CEO Richard Smith after the company's massive security breach.
The "Squawk on the Street" news crew talks about the retirement of Equifax CEO Rick Smith after the company's massive security breach.
Equifax shares had been halted in premarket trading before the announcement of Richard Smith's retirement.
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.
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