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By Jeff Pollard and Joseph Blankenship

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>Cyberwar and the Future of Cybersecurity

Cyberwar and the Future of Cybersecurity

Today's security threats have expanded in scope and seriousness. There can now be millions -- or even billions -- of dollars at risk when information security isn't handled properly.

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When Equifax announced a cybersecurity incident potentially impacting 143 million U.S. consumers, our reaction to the breach was similar to what we imagine many people went through: Were we affected? What about our spouses and other immediate family members? Better keep an eye on the old credit report or initiate a credit freeze. Since Forrester offers credit monitoring as an employee benefit, and both authors are enrolled, one of those concerns is covered. And that all makes sense - Equifax is known to most consumers as a credit reporting agency.

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But that isn't all that Equifax does. Let's look at the available products from Equifax targeted for consumers - credit monitoring, identity protection assistance, and credit score/credit report products. There are three major product lines that are, not surprisingly, focused on credit monitoring and identity theft. And then there is Equifax for business use: Welcome to an entirely different kind of company. Equifax lists

57 offerings for businesses, starting with the letter A and ending with the letter V. Everything from Auto Insights for Car Dealers, to Visualization tools is in there.

So why does Equifax for Business matter? Equifax collects information about you. You may not know it does, but it does. Even if you aren't in the population of breached users, they know you. You don't know what they know about you, and you have no way to find out in normal circumstances. This breach might actually - in a strange twist - provide you insight into what Equifax knows about you, and what it does with that information. Here's why:

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