Last year's massive Equifax breach was even worse than the credit bureau had reported.
A document submitted to the U.S. Senate Banking Committee last week by Atlanta-based Equifax says hackers accessed even more information than the credit bureau had originally determined. Based on an ongoing digital forensic investigation into the breach, Equifax wrote that more email addresses, tax identification numbers and driver's license information was stolen than it had acknowledged in prior breach notifications, the Wall Street Journal first reported.
Equifax didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.
The report follows Equifax on Sept. 7, 2017, warning that it had suffered a data breach that resulted in personally identifiable...