This month the BrandProtect Executive Threat Brief focused on lessons that individuals can learn from Ashley Madison. It is likely that the Ashley Madison breach will be remembered as one of the most notorious and high-profile breaches ever. Why? Because the exposed data was more than just personally embrassing, it was, in many cases, relationship-changing, employment-threatening, and business damaging.
5 Key Take-Aways
1) Ashley Madison is Bad for Your Business
Many companies saw their name dragged through the dirt as scores of corporate email addresses surfaced among the millions of exposed Ashley Madison accounts. Deserved, or undeserved, it is never good when your company is dragged through the dirt. And when key executives and other corporate leaders are caught up in the story, it can be very bad for business.