Uber’s Massive 2016 Breach Exposed Data On More Than 25 Million Americans

In 2014, ridesharing company Uber suffered its first serious hacking incident. Around 110,000 Uber drivers were impacted. Two years later, Uber was hit for the second time… and much harder. Hackers got their hands on 57 million records belonging to both drivers and customers.

Read about how the massive data breach at Uber ridesharing company could have affected more than 25 million US citizens on Forbes.

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