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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?
A former member of the LulzSec hacking gang has admitted to attacking the Sony Pictures website, and stealing the personal information of thousands of innocent individuals.
Raynaldo Rivera, suspected of hacking into computer systems belonging to Sony Pictures, and stealing the personal information and passwords of thousands of innocent internet users, has been arrested by the FBI.
Hacko Jacko! Two British men are alleged to have hacked Sony’s network and made away with Michael Jackson’s entire back catalogue, including unreleased recordings.
Cody Kretsinger, 23, suspected of being a member of the LulzSec hacking gang, has pleaded not guilty to a high profile attack on the Sony Pictures website.
Hackers successfully broke into 93,000 accounts at Sony over the last few days, once again impacting users of the Sony Entertainment Network, PlayStation Network (PSN) and Sony Online Entertainment services.
The FBI has arrested two alleged hackers in San Francisco and Phoenix, believed to be asssociated with the LulzSec and Anonymous hacktivist groups.
And one of them is homeless.
If you went to the website of Sony Music Ireland earlier today you would have seen some astonishing celebrity stories..
Nintendo is the latest well-known name to fall victim to a series of cyber-attacks that have been dominating the IT headlines in recent weeks.
But it seems the hackers have a lot more love for Nintendo than Sony.
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.
The Sony PlayStation Network has been offline since 20th April, following what the company calls an “external intrusion”.
Read more in my article at Naked Security.