The Wall Street Journal reports that Equifax is suspending trading on all equity and foreign exchange-traded funds on the public exchange until it can get new data from regulators.
The suspension is effective today, the Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter.
The move comes as Equifax has struggled to gain traction on Wall Street after the company admitted to a massive data breach that affected more than 143 million people and resulted in the loss of their Social Security numbers, driver’s licenses, and birthdates.
Equifax was forced to take out a $9.7 billion federal bailout and pay $185 million to settle claims by the victims.
The company has since started to focus more on the security of its own systems.
It is the latest sign of the company’s troubles, which have been compounded by the discovery of an ongoing data breach at the consumer-finance firm that exposed a trove of personal information on tens of millions of people.
Equifax said last week that it was launching a “robust internal investigation” into the breach.
The company has also been grappling with a cyberattack on its data systems and its ability to protect against similar attacks in the future.
Equivisys stock closed down 0.4% at $17.65 on Wednesday, and the company has been under pressure to address the crisis.