PERSONAL INFORMATION

Equifax: Top Executives Did Not Engage in Insider Trading

The decision was reached by a committee, who reviewed 55-thousand documents and found no evidence of wrongdoing

  NATIONAL — Four top executives who sold off company stock before Equifax announced its massive data breach are found not guilty of insider trading. The decision was reached by a committee, who reviewed 55-thousand documents and found no evidence of wrongdoing. The committee was not employed by Equifax. The executives admitted they sold millions of dollars’ worth of shares…

Equifax Comes Clean About Previous Hacking Attack in March

In March, the company hired cyber-security experts to deal with what they called a "security incident" on its corporate networks

  NATIONAL — We are now learning the Equifax breach that exposed the personal information of 143 million Americans is the second time the company has been hacked this year. In March, the company hired cyber-security experts to deal with what they called a “security incident” on its corporate networks. They were using Apache Software and that company discovered a…

Former West Fargo Police Chief’s Personal Information Leaked with Personnel Records

A city spokesperson says Michael Reitan alerted them that some of his personal information was released in documents given to media organizations

WEST FARGO, N.D. — West Fargo is providing its former police chief with credit monitoring. A city spokesperson says Michael Reitan alerted them that some of his personal information was released in documents given to media organizations. The spokesperson says city staff mistakenly missed the information for redaction when preparing the files. They have sent out requests to remove and…