Good Morning, Mr. Luhia -Thank you for the informative response! I do agree that there are several businesses thatexperience data breaches, on their customers. Just thinking about the 2013 data breach on Yahoo,where 3 billion accounts were breached. It wasn't until 2017 that they acknowledged the breachhad hit all 3 billion account, exposing Personally Identifiable Information (PII). It was discussedin 2016 that the reason was due to weak security protocols, which is typical in these breaches. Ibelieve that large companies, like yahoo, should have to outsource at least one main portion ofinformation security to a non-bias entity. By doing so, the person(s) wouldn’t try to cover up thespecifics of the breaches. This would allow the customers of the company a chance to get theinformation quicker, and permit them a chance to start the recovery/response phases of securingtheir personal assets.One other data breach that really concerned me was the Equifax breach of 2017.