WSJ: New House leadership will take aim at Equifax

The new year will mean new scrutiny for Equifax, according to The Wall Street Journal.

WSJ reported Tuesday that House Democrats have put legislation responding to the infamous 2017 hack of Equifax Inc. (NYSE: EFX) at the top of their agenda for this year, after the credit-reporting industry largely escaped new oversight from Washington.

“The Equifax data breach response is far from over,” Jaret Seiberg, an analyst for Cowen Washington Research Group, told WSJ. “There will be more legislation…

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