Joe Sullivan, the outgoing security chief, spearheaded the response to the hack last year, a spokesman told Bloomberg. Sullivan, a onetime federal prosecutor who joined Uber in 2015 from Facebook Inc. , has been at the center of much of the decision-making that has come back to bite Uber this year. Bloomberg reported last month that the board commissioned an investigation into the activities of Sullivan’s security team. This project, conducted by an outside law firm, discovered the hack and the failure to disclose, Uber said.
Keegan here, the bloke to first made this website back around 2002. Until 2009 the site was regularly maintained by myself but at that point I went overseas for a holiday and ended up staying. After a couple of years maintaining it remotely I basically stopped, and nothing happened for at least a year. Since then the site maintenance "baton" has been passed along to several Pacer enthusiasts like yourself who had the will and the energy to maintain it. Come 2017 (or maybe 2016..) the site wasn't really getting the regular maintenance it deserved.