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Equifax Demonstrates All the Wrong Ways to Respond to a Data Breach 

Normally, when a company gets hacked, they're entitled to a certain amount of sympathy. Advanced malware is difficult to defend against, and the best that companies can do is sometimes not enough. Equifax, on the other hand, has decided that the aftermath of a devastating cyberattack is the best time to act like a morally-compromised bully. Reacting to the loss of personally identifying information (PII) for over 140 million Americans, their response has been entirely inadequate.

 

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