Well at least it hasn't spread all over the place
As stated in the article, Equinix may have been bitten by social engineering or hacked, but at least the crises was contained to the non-operational side of the business. That does tend to signal that Equinix, unlike many, has planned and put in place proper security procedures, and that planning, at least, has paid off.
In this case, I doubt that we will see much as far as apologies are concerned. Customer data and operations are not impacted, so Equinix does not need to go promising that "the security of our customers is our greatest concern" - they've just proven that it is (contrary to practically every company that has tried to bullshit us with that line since, well, ever).
I do hope we'll get a report on what happened. I'll be interested in learning just how a company that has things so well-planned still managed to get caught out.