2 top Equifax execs are out after a massive hack that exposed 143 million Americans’ financial data (EFX)
Equifax’s top information-security executives are leaving the credit-reporting company after a data breach that exposed the personal financial information of 143 million Americans.
The consumer-data firm’s CIO, David Webb, and its chief security officer, Susan Mauldin, are “retiring” a week after Equifax announced the cyber attack that has been called one of the worst such data breaches in US history.
Webb will be replaced by Mark Rohrwasser, who joined the company last year, Equifax said in an emailed statement. Mauldin will be replaced by Russ Ayres. Both Rohrwasser and Ayers have previously worked in Equifax’s IT division.
The hack occurred between …read more
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