In an unsurprising move, Noel Biderman, the CEO of Ashley Madison’s parent company (and by today’s standards, you’d have to consider it a “free range” parent) has stepped down. You might see this as just one more splash of Schadenfreude gasoline thrown on a smoldering site and a group of users that deserved to suffer a good burn. But don’t kid yourself. There’s a much bigger part of this story. Hackers can destroy a company and access your personal information and get away with it. We’ve seen examples of it before. And, after this, we’ll see a lot more in the future.