You remember those folks that have been tasked with protecting your data, but then, turned around failed and never admitted it until it leaked online? Yeah, we do to. On Wednesday, Equifax announced that a new CEO is headed for leadership months after the company failed to mention that it had been hacked.
Longtime former General Electric exec Mark Bregor will assume leadership this week just 6 months after the company went through that massive cyberattack in September — and then — pretended like they could hide it. The news of the leadership change, the company’s second since the hack, sent their stocks slightly up.