- The Equifax breach is already one of the largest known corporate data breaches in U.S. history, affecting up to 143 million Americans.
- Despite seeming counterintuitive, breached organizations should offer as much detail as possible, refrain from firing anyone immediately, and keep talking about the incident after it is over.
By now, most know of the data breach at credit-monitoring firm Equifax. Revealed September 7, attackers compromised a software flaw in the Apache Struts web application framework to access the personal and financial data of up to 143 million Americans, likely more than half of the U.S. adult population. Continue reading “Equifax Data Breach Teaches the Importance of a Counterintuitive Breach Response”