Uber CSO Joe Sullivan convicted of concealing 2016 hack

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Joe Sullivan convicted of concealing 2016 Uber data hack from authorities
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Joe Sullivan convicted of concealing 2016 Uber data hack from authorities

Former security chief faces up to 8 years in prison for trying to disguise the breach as part of a bug bounty programme to avoid disclosure

Joe Sullivan, the former security chief of Uber Technologies, was found guilty on Wednesday by a jury in San Francisco federal court on charges that he concealed a massive data breach of customer a...

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