“Uber Files”: A leak of 1,24,000 internal Uber documents spanning a period between 2013, and 2017. This leak has been damaging to Uber and you can read details on this link https://www.icij.org/investigations/uber-files/frequently-asked-questions-about-the-uber-files/
Few key lessons to be learnt are,
- Have an incident management team ready which includes top executives and technical and key managers for your clients. Even if you are a small company having an incident management process which is well documented ensures when crisis hits one knows whom to contact.
- Its important to know your skeletons in the closet
- make a risk register, it will help maintain a list and help prioritize it.
- Have regular discussions around it
- Work towards reducing risks.
You can read more about this on You can read more about this on https://www.sapnasecurity.com/2018/04/20/risk-management-and-risk-register-for-your-organisation/
- Treat internal communications as sensitive too. What’s discussed internally should always be protected. This is no way suggesting to break laws etc. The point we are trying to make is a lot of internal communications contain sensitive information which may impact PII data or the company financially