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Posted on: November 1, 2017

Marshall Public Library to Present "What the Equifax Data Breach Means to You"


More than 140 million Americans were impacted by the Equifax data breach. Now, the Marshall Public Library and Pocatello Police Department are teaming up to help you protect yourself in the aftermath.

Thursday, November 9 from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. at the Marshall Public Library, Dianne Brush, Community Services Specialist with the Pocatello Police Department, will present “What the Equifax Data Breach Means to You." During the program, Brush will outline what a data breach is, how they happen, how the hack could affect you, and what steps we can all take to protect our credit.

“Millions of names, social security numbers, addresses and even drivers’ licenses were accessed by hackers,” said Brush. “Through the class, we’ll be showing Pocatellans what ways they can safeguard their personal information.”

For more information on the programs, services, and events happening at the Marshall Public Library, visit

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