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Failure without Consequences after Breach

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Regular columnist for EH-Net, Raf Los, shares his take on headlines of the day in his first article, "Failure without Consequences after Breach".


Failure without Consequences after BreachWhat we learned this week from the news is that, even after that catastrophic breach that Equifax had where the credit histories and records of over 145 million Americans were exposed to attackers, the entire board was re-elected. Let’s sharpen that a bit – they were re-elected by shareholders after recommendations against that course of action by two different proxy advisers as cited by Bloomberg. So to recap, after one of the worst worst-case scenarios ever, there are virtually no consequences.

What do you think? Should there be any consequences? If so, what?

Share your opinions in the Comments Section of this article on EH-Net.


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