Lessons From the Complaint Against Uber’s Former Chief Security Officer

Former Uber CSO Joe Sullivan was charged last month with obstruction of justice and misprision of a felony for knowingly concealing a hack of Uber in 2016. Looking at the charges, Knobbe Martens identifies lessons about how a company should respond to cyber intrusions, considering: (1) what Sullivan allegedly did wrong; (2) what corporate officers […]
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