Uber Technologies Inc has conceded that it covered a reality for a year that hackers stole individual information of around 57 million users including riders and drivers.
Media reports additionally proposed that the organization paid $100,000 to hackers for not uncovering the monstrous rupture a year ago 2016.
In an announcement, UBER CEO Dara Khosrowshahi stated: “I as of late discovered that in late 2016 we wound up noticeably mindful that two people outside the organization had improperly gotten to client information put away on an outsider cloud-based administration that we utilize. The incident did not rupture our corporate frameworks or foundation”.
Prior this week, the ride-hailing organization fired its chief security officer Joe Sullivan, and a representative, Craig Clark because of their part in the treatment of the episode.