Uber, Lyft, Google, Facebook and Twitter are building up the data infrastructure necessary to tackle the global data crisis

The technology giants have been working hard to build data infrastructure to tackle data breaches, but as data security and privacy becomes a major concern, the companies are also building out the data analytics tools needed to tackle cybersecurity.

According to Bloomberg, Uber and Lyft have already built an analytics platform for data breach investigations, but it seems like Google is building out its own data analytics platform to tackle these threats.

According Google, it will be built using the open source Apache Spark platform, which allows developers to build complex data science tools.

The platform will provide Google with the tools needed for data science, such as data analysis tools, machine learning, and machine learning models, the company said in a blog post.

Data analytics tools that can be used to predict the outcome of a security incident can help identify and mitigate the threat, the blog post said.

It said Google’s data analytics framework will provide “highly accurate and predictive data analytics for any incident.”

Google said it is building its data analytics team around the Apache Spark framework, and is working with various partners to build out this data analysis framework.

In the past, Google has built out its data science platform with Apache Spark.

However, it was recently revealed that Google’s Apache Spark had been breached by the company’s own data scientists, according to a report in The Washington Post.

This breach led to data that included more than 200 million credentials.

Google has since patched its data security issues, and Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai has said the breach was “one of the biggest data breaches in history.”

Google and Uber were both listed as major vendors for data security in the latest SEC filings.

However in December, Uber said it would focus on improving its data and privacy security, as well as other areas, to help mitigate the cybersecurity threat.