Three senior managers in Uber’s security unit resigned on Friday following revelations that it endured a massive security breach last year and failed to notify those affected.
A company spokesperson confirmed the resignations of the managers from Uber’s international, business operations and physical security teams. The spokesperson noted that two of the managers would stay on until the end of the year to help ease the transition process.
The managers who stepped down were Pooja Ashok, chief of staff for former Uber chief security officer Joe Sullivan; Prithvi Rai, a senior security engineer; and Jeff Jones, who handled physical security.
Sullivan was fired from Uber last week over his role in the 2016 breach, which compromised the data of 57 million Uber users but was not made public until the end of last month.
CEO Dara Khosrowshahi has lamented the breach and its handling in a statement last week, writing that “none of …
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