Uber revises bug bounty policies after 2016 data breach

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Uber revises bug bounty policies after 2016 data breach

Clarifies how it will treat and reward infosec researchers.

Uber is changing how it rewards cyber researchers who report flaws in its software as part of the firm's response to concerns raised about the way it handled a data breach in 2016. Among the changes to Uber Technologies' bug bounty program are new terms that more clearly define what ...

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