Equifax Says CIO, Chief Security Officer to Exit After Hack

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Equifax Says CIO, Chief Security Officer to Exit After Hack
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Equifax has faced withering criticism since disclosing Sept. 7 that hackers stole sensitive data -- including Social Security numbers, birth dates and other identifying information -- for much of the adult U.S. population. Lawmakers have since threatened to boost oversight of the industry, whose knowledge of consumers can, in the wrong hands, be used for identity theft and fraud. The Federal Trade Commission even took the rare step of announcing a probe , citing the "intense public interest and the potential impact."

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