Uber was hacked in 2016, and data on 57 million people was exposed
Hackers accessed millions of Uber users' personal information last year, and the company did not report it until Tuesday.
Uber Says Hackers Stole Personal Data Of 57 Million Users
The company kept the breach secret for more than a year. According to a Bloomberg report, Uber paid the hackers $100,000 to delete the stolen data and stay silent about it.
Uber: We Paid Hackers $100K To Delete Info On 57 Million Users Last Year
In a seeming good-faith move, Uber announced that a 2016 hack exposed the info of many millions of riders and hundreds of thousands of drivers.
Uber paid hackers, hid data breach affecting 57 million people
The cyber incident happened a year ago and included the driver's license numbers of 600,000 drivers, according Uber's CEO.
Uber hid hack that exposed data of 57 million users, drivers
New Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi says the breach happened in October 2016.
Uber reveals 2016 hack, reports say it paid $100,000 to cover up
57 million Uber users’ information could be vulnerable from a 2016 hack into the ride-sharing app’s systems.
Uber concealed cyberattack that affected 57 million users' data
Uber has admitted concealing a cyber-attack that affected 57 million customers and drivers in 2016.
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Uber Technologies Inc [UBER.UL] failed to disclose a massive breach last year that exposed the date of some 57 million users of the ride-sharing service, the company's new chief executive officer said on Tuesday.