The impression I got is that Jada assumed Wayne Enterprises had hacked her company's data for business reasons. She was surprised in the final scene last week when Ryan said her interest was personal instead. I don't think it ever occurred to her that it could be about the daughter she gave up until Ryan dropped the bombshell on her. After all, she's this hugely successful billionaire, all business. She even treats her son like an employee. So she'd naturally assume the hack from another megacorporation was some kind of dirty business trick and never even consider that it could be about the daughter she's spent a quarter-century trying to forget. But it seems odd to gloss over that in the story, never even to raise it as an issue. The impression is that Jada just uncritically accepted Ryan's claim, and that feels out of character for someone in Jada's position. It's a narrative oversight that it wasn't at least acknowledged. Whether you can fix a plot hole after the fact is irrelevant, because that's not that hard to do. The problem is that the hole exists in the first place. It shouldn't be left up to the audience to explain these things; that's the writers' job.