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FireNews : Former Uber security chief convicted for concealing a felony #FireNews365


Responding to the judgement, Dr Ilia Kolochenko, founder of ImmuniWeb, and a member of Europol Data Protection Experts Network, wrote, “The Uber case is just another illustrative example of the unfolding global trend to hold cyber-security executives accountable for their companies’ data breaches.



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