Fury over Equifax breach may finally shake enterprises out of cybersecurity stupor

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Most companies have limited insight into their own security posture and are unwilling to share information publicly for fear of embarrassment. In fact, until two years ago federal antitrust law made that sharing illegal. The Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act of 2015 lifted those decades-old restrictions, but "there's so much stigma attached to being hacked that it's natural that companies wouldn't be forthcoming," he said. "In Equifax's case you can see that when you handle the situation poorly, it hurts you more."

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