A while ago, the overbridge impacted 57 million customers and drivers who are located worldwide with the breach of lynda.com, which is an online learning platform subsidiary of LinkedIn. It was rebranded after the LinkedIn learning. The breach of lynda.com affected 90000 customers’ accounts, and in both cases, the defendants in the case attempted to extract the payment from the companies. According to the reports, pictures have admitted to hacking into the GitHub accounts of Uber and lynda.com employees back in the year 2016, and this account has been contained with the credit residential of Amazon Web Services which they use to access A W S service which indeed holds the companies precious data. This is a Super sending indeterminate, which was issued on October 30 but the US attorney office, which comprises of the dependents that send an email to LinkedIn account describing the data they manage to grab. This included the statement that the attackers were able to access the backups upon backups, and the huge rewards were taken. Lynda.com update to publicly disclose the breach, and Uber, on the other hand, agreed to pay the hackers the amount of 100,000 dollars and never disclose this incident to anyone, whereas lynda.com, on the other hand, never paid the amount but publicly disclose the bridge. Later on, the data breaches work committed, and the guilty are found with the FBI special agents in charge. In order to take people on the front lines of cybersecurity, there is a heavy relying on value relationships and open dialogue with private sector companies in the cyber industry.