Seemingly, every week there are new security breaches reported; recently Uber and PayPal both announced that customer data may have been stolen by attackers. In the case of Uber, 57 million passengers’ data may have been leaked. Further, Uber also paid $100,000 dollars to the attackers and requested they sign non-disclosure agreements. This indicates that Uber may have intended to illegally withhold the breach from its customers. PayPal, on the other hand, identified a possible vulnerability in TIO Networks and reported that 1.6 million customer records may have been exposed. TIO Networks is a subsidiary of PayPal acquired in July that mainly processes utility bill payments at kiosk locations like Rite Aid. While the complete details of these breaches have not been disclosed these events continue to articulate the need for companies to evaluate their cybersecurity programs.