Good morning, all. The Consumer Privacy World team is out there again sharing wise advice on how to handle a cyber breach. This time, the team discusses organizational risk of a data breach, and how companies can learn something from Uber’s recent data privacy missteps that ended in a criminal complaint. In “Executive Responsibilities and Consequences: A Case Study of Uber’s Data Breaches” published in Corporate Compliance Insights, Squire Patton Boggs lawyers Colin Jennings, Ericka J. and Dylan Yépez offer key takeaways from the company’s high-profile data breaches and the criminal charges that followed.
As a side, curious what a criminal complaint looks like in such a case, view it HERE.