So then the law firm Uber gave sensitive driver data to for legal representation got hacked….
Mike Stevens reports:
An unknown number of Uber drivers have been informed by a legal firm that represents Uber Technologies that sensitive data, including their identities and Social Security numbers, has been taken by cyberattackers. This data includes the drivers’ names.
The world’s largest ride-sharing company has suffered its third data hack in the last half a year.
According to a letter that was posted online on April 4, the Newark, New Jersey-based law firm Genova Burns LLC was the first to notice suspicious activity at the end of January.
Read more at Information Security Newspaper.