Shuhei Yoshida, the popular president of Sony Computer Entertainment’s worldwide studios, appears to be the latest victim of the OurMine hacking gang, after his Twitter account was hijacked.
Read more in my article on the Hot for Security blog.
A group of distributed denial-of-service attackers known as “PhantomSquad” has claimed responsibility for a PlayStation Network service interruption that lasted for 10 hours.
David Bisson reports.
Wherever you stand on the debate of whether people should be able to jailbreak their home entertainment devices, one thing is for sure.
Hackers really don’t like Sony.
“There’s no disguising that this is a business that should have known better,” says ICO director.
How many headlines do there have to be before companies take data security more seriously?
Sony confirms that credit card details which could have been stolen in the recent hack of the PlayStation Network were encrypted, but doesn’t reassure customers regarding the strength of encryption.
Users of Sony’s PlayStation Network are at risk of identity theft after hackers broke into the system, and accessed the personal information of videogame players.