Act Fast to Protect Yourself and Your Data From the Uber

Consumers are being urged to take action to protect themselves in the wake of a substantial hack of ride-hailing company Uber’s  (UBER)  data systems, even if they only used the service once. 

The breach is “massive,” Chris Lehman, CEO of SafeGuard Cyber, a Charlottesville, Va.-based cybersecurity company, told TheStreet. “Consumers would be well advised to monitor any card or financial account that is linked to their Uber app,” he said. “There is a good chance that at least some customer data has been exposed”