Uber Paid Hackers to Keep 2016 Security Breach Incident Buried

Uber Paid Hackers to Keep 2016 Security Breach Incident Buried

Whether it's to get from point A to point B or to have food delivered to your home or workplace, the apps for the ride-sharing and food-delivery service company, Uber Technologies Inc., can be widely found in people’s phones around the world.

Well, this week news come to light of Uber paying $100,000 to hackers to delete stolen data and keep a 2016 cyber attack hush-hush.

In response to the said events, the company fired its chief security officer, Joe Sullivan, and others involved in the breach cover-up, according to Bloomberg.

It turns out that the cyber attackers had stolen personal information of 57 million customers and drivers from Uber.

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