The Equifax hacking scandal just keeps getting worse.
So should we bring back the corporate death penalty and do away with this security threat once and for all?
According to Bloomberg, the credit reporting firm:
"learned about a major breach of its computer systems in March -- almost five months before the date it has publicly disclosed".
Equifax says insists that this incident was was separate from the now infamous hack that exposed the personal information of at least 143 million Americans - but sources say they likely involved the same perpetrators.
Enough is enough, if you ask me.
Is it time to give Equifax the corporate death penalty?