long-term? Who are some of the different stakeholders who may be harmed, and how?The significant ethical harms evolved in the Equifax case are integrity and security. In fact,Equifax should maintain users personal data with maximum security. It also harm to privacysuch as identity theft, and harm to property. The different stakeholders that may be harmed arefinancial and credit companies such as banks, lenders, and commercial companies that give theircredit card to their customers. For instance, Target, JCPenney, Macy’s.2) What do you imagine might be some of the causes of Equifax’s failure to adopt more stringentcybersecurity protections and a more effective incident response? Consider not just the actions ofindividuals but also the larger organizational structure, culture, and incentives.Probably Equifax to save money tried to outsource some of its information technologymanagement, including security. Therefore, if the outsourcing company don’t have enoughmeans such as money to get some equipment to secure their information technology system,hackers can go thru that insecure system to attain Equifax information system, since theoutsourcing company is directly connect to Equifax IS. 3) If you were hired to advise another major credit bureau on their information security, in lightof the Equifax disaster, what are three questions you might first ask about your client’scybersecurity practices, and their ethical values in relation to cybersecurity?