Tag: Equifax

SolarWinds Is One of Many Cyberbreaches to Come

SolarWinds Is One of Many Cyberbreaches to Come

Early last week we wrote about SolarWinds and the potential for another leg to drop. SolarWinds has a long road to recovery. Cyberbreaches of that sort don't engender customer trust and often lead to significant customer churn. What other companies may be at risk of a cyberbreach? Tickers mentioned: AMZN, AVGO, CERN, EFX, EXPGF, FICO, … Continue reading SolarWinds Is One of Many Cyberbreaches to Come

CyberSecurity Is Not Someone Else’s Problem

CyberSecurity Is Not Someone Else’s Problem

We have definitely entered a period of CyberSecurity fatigue. When Capital One's (tkr: COF), stock barely gets hit in the aftermath of a significant CyberBreach you know many investors - as Rhett Butler once said - "don't give a damn". CEO's need to "own" CyberSecurity and operate it like a line of business. Customer PII … Continue reading CyberSecurity Is Not Someone Else’s Problem

PII-Centric Organizations That Don’t Take CyberSecurity Seriously Ought Not Be in Business<span class="badge-status" style="background:red">Premium</span> 

PII-Centric Organizations That Don’t Take CyberSecurity Seriously Ought Not Be in BusinessPremium 

I never thought I would advocate litigation, but perhaps that's what needs to happen. PII ("Personally Identifiable Information")-centric organizations (think healthcare providers and online retailers for example, any organization that stores credit-card numbers, social security numbers, etc.), that choose to neglect CyberSecurity and subsequently suffer data breaches where sensitive customer data is exposed ought to … Continue reading PII-Centric Organizations That Don’t Take CyberSecurity Seriously Ought Not Be in BusinessPremium