Uber wants cyber security to be ‘as instinctive as breathing’ for its staff | ZDNet
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Uber wants cyber security to be ‘as instinctive as breathing’ for its staff | ZDNet

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Uber’s security manager Samantha Davison describes how she’s trying to make security part of Uber’s DNA.

"Attackers and hackers aren’t going to wait for a company to become established before they go after your information, your data and your people". I wish every startup or app developer, or anyone large or small with an online business, would listen to this advice. If implementing security is "too difficult and expensive" then you have not realized the implications of a breach. Go for tools that make it less complicated and less expensive!

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