The credit reporting firm Equifax is one of the leading stewards of personally identifying information (PII) in the United States. It holds detailed information on virtually every American resident: Social Security numbers, income, credit scores, you name it.
It was revealed earlier this week that Equifax recently suffered a catastrophic security breach. At least 143 million Americans were impacted.
Well, as David Coursey observes, there could be a very rational explanation: "I am the FIRST person to say that your college degree doesn't define you, but this is funny. #Equifax #equifaxbreach".
A music major?
Not a Lockheed or Northrop cyberwarfare vet?
Not a hardcore CompSci guy who was involved with Stuxnet?
A f***in' music major?
A f***in' music major responsible for one of the most sensitive databases in the world?
Update: Susan Mauldin's LinkedIn profile has now been, eh, deleted.
I don't blame her.