Uber To Boost Security Staff After Data Privacy Concerns

Aditya Tejas reports:

Ride-sharing service Uber Technologies Inc. will increase its security team by about fourfold to over 100 employees to quell concerns about data privacy and accessibility, the company’s new chief security officer said Sunday.


[…]In February, the company reported a major data breach that compromised the personal information of about 50,000 drivers. A report from the Guardian found that login details for Uber users and drivers could be bought online for as little as $1.

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