The individuals that broke the Panama Papers are answering a live Q+A.
Unlike Snowden there is no condemnation of this leak of confidential information. This leak had been planned for a year which is why it wrong footed so many Heads of State and Celebrities.
The source of the problem was cloud hosted services. Like Ashley Madison and Snowden, it appears that individual whose job it was to protect their organisation decided to clear their conscience publicly, stealing information that did not belong to them and whistleblowing.
Is it time SQL started locking data down by year, allowing you to control what years individuals can see, or maybe dividing huge databases into partial databases with enhanced security. Common tasks that an IT administrator does like creating a snapshot in VMWare is to also have enhanced security.
I realise the public stand to gain the most in this situation as any taxes will end up in the public purse, how long till then next leak with terabytes of data, and what are you doing to eliminate the possibility of you being in the headlines next?