Uber CISO admits 'no justification' for hiding data breach

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Uber CISO admits 'no justification' for hiding data breach

Senators slam firm for cover-up of hack affecting 57 million people.

Uber's CISO yesterday admitted there was "no justification" for covering up a huge data breach affecting millions of customers and drivers. The breach, which was first reported in November last year, exposed the personal information of 57 million users, including 1.2 million in Australia, as ...

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