Uber Says No Evidence of Sensitive User Data Loss During Hack: Report - Tricky Enough

Uber Says No Evidence of Sensitive User Data Loss During Hack: Report

Uber reportedly began investigating the cybersecurity incident on Thursday.

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Uber has reportedly said that there was no evidence that the hacker got access to sensitive user data.

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A recent report of a network breach forced the ride-hailing company to shut several internal communications and engineering systems.

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Uber reportedly began investigating the cybersecurity incident on Thursday. The breach, which was apparently caused by a lone hacker, highlights an increasingly effective break-in routine involving social engineering.

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Screenshots that the hacker shared with security researchers indicated that they could obtain full access to the cloud-based systems.

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According to a recent report by Associated Press, ride-hailing service Uber has said that there wasn't any evidence indicating that the hacker got access to sensitive user data.

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As mentioned earlier, a recent network breach had forced Uber to shut multiple internal communications and engineering systems. The cybersecurity breach was being investigated by Uber since Thursday.

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