Facebook loses chief security officer to car hailing company

It will be a herculean task for Joe, to restore customer confidence, by setting up perfect security systems that will protect customers and also monitor and track Uber's drivers’ activities at all times.

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JOE SULLIVAN, the former chief security officer of Facebook has finally moved to Uber-the car-hailing-app company. This comes as co-founder and CEO Travis Kalanick grapples with security concerns escalating so rapidly they threaten to slow Uber’s momentum.

Joe Sullivan will be Uber’s first Chief Security Officer. Travis in a press statement, said: “We see opportunities ahead not just in technology, through biometrics and driver monitoring, but in the potential for inspiring collaborations with city and state governments around the world.”

Uber has been bedevilled with a lot of negative press across the world. Ranging from rape incidents, identity theft, user account hacks, burglary etc. all carried out by its drivers. It will be a herculean task for Joe, to restore customer confidence, by setting up perfect security systems that will protect customers and also monitor and track Uber's drivers’ activities at all times.

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