“There is something deeply disturbing about the most recent, public, Uber breach,” Morey Haber, vice president of technology at BeyondTrust, a security solutions firm, said in a statement. “Clearly, their new executive team gets it, but the former CEO and legal officers were clueless. This is just another case of privileges being used in a targeted attack, hackers demanding ransom for stolen information, and companies not being morally responsible for the stolen user data.”