Cyber Notes Cast - Lessons learned from the Uber data breach

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Uber employees last month discovered a hacker intrusion into their internal network. This was possible because the attacker announced his feat on the organization’s Slack channel, as well as sharing it with the New York Times, which brought the story about the Uber data breach to light. This isn’t the first time a data breach has occurred at Uber. Previously, the company had to pay a fine of US$148 million due to the theft of data from 57 million users and 7 million drivers worldwide in the year 2016. The 2016 attack further prompted the conviction of former Uber CSO Joe Sullivan for hiding data breaches and theft from authorities. In this Cyber Notes Cast, were going to dig into the two times Uber data was breached and the lessons learned from those intrusions. To facilitate your understanding, we have divided our text into topics. They are: - How did the data breach at Uber happen? - How did Uber respond to the hack? - What was the impact for the organization? - Who is responsible? - How did the 2016 Uber data breach occured? - About senhasegura - Conclusion Enjoy this Cyber Notes Cast!
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