Breaking News

CISA releases 5 Industrial Control Systems Advisories CBP’s Philadelphia Area Port Recognized for Outstanding Support to our Employees who also Serve in our Nation’s Military National Guard and Reserve Governor Cooper Tours New NCDOA Mail Service Center, Highlights Transition to an Electric Van Delivery Fleet USDA Announces First Three Lenders for Heirs’ Property Relending Program Activities of Secretary-General in Mongolia, 8-11 August Gov. Wolf Announces New Funding Awarded to ‘Project SPARK’ in Lancaster County to Increase Awareness of Manufacturing Career Opportunities 2023 Air Force Learning Professionals’ Consortium call for topics now open > Air Force > Article Display For the second year, Apple Card and Goldman Sachs rank No. 1 in customer study
Albuquerque, NM – Today, Attorney General Hector Balderas announced he has written credit reporting firm Equifax to protest the firm's policy of charging for some credit monitoring services after a security breach caused by the firm's own mistakes. Joining with attorneys general from around the country in a letter to Equifax, the New Mexico Attorney General protested that charging for credit monitoring after the breach affecting 143 million people could be seen as profiting from the firm's own mistakes.

Source link