The cyber fraudsters got access to data 143 million of the company’s customers Equifax

TASS, 8 Sep. Credit Bureau Equifax in the United States reported committed on its servers cyber attacks, which affected about 143 million customers. This was reported on Friday by Bloomberg, citing a company statement.

According to him, criminals are know personal information such as name, insurance, date of birth, address and driver’s licenses of clients. They were also able to access credit card numbers 209 thousand people, said in Equifax.

“This is clearly a sad event for our company, I apologize to our customers for the inconvenience and disappointment caused by this incident,” said chief Executive officer Richard Smith.

Company Equifax was founded in 1899. Collects and stores information about more than 800 million consumers and more than 88 million companies worldwide. Based in Atlanta, Georgia.