Starting Friday, consumers across the U.S. are eligible for a free credit freeze from all three major credit bureaus, as well as one year of fraud alerts for free, thanks to a new federal law. Note: Talk identity and credit, and connect with professionals and insiders at the KNOW......
‘I’ve got nothing to lose:’ One year after Equifax breach, study finds consumer inaction due to ‘optimism bias’ – One World Identity
While the Equifax data breach increased consumer awareness of credit bureaus and identity data, a new survey of U.S. consumers found that most people...Read More
Illinois, Connecticut, Hawaii ban credit freeze fees ahead of nationwide law in September – One World Identity
Legislators in Illinois, Connecticut and Hawaii recently took steps to bar fees for both freezing and thawing credit files with Equifax, Experian and TransUnion,...Read More
Revolut raises $250M, TransUnion takes Callcredit for $1.4B, DocuSign stock debuts: Friday Deal Book for 04/27/2018
OWI’s Friday Deal Book provides you with a weekly roundup of partnerships, funding, and announcements from across the identity industry. Here’s a quick peek...Read More
The Equifax security breach affects some 143 million Americans, or nearly 60 percent of the U.S. adult population, making it likely the single largest...Read More