Sony Data Breach Coming to the End?

Few months back, there was Sony data breach and millions of user accounts were compromised. Username, emails and credit card information were stolen leaving all the customers that affected with the Sony data breach have to find ways to change their credit card information and stay super aware of email phishing attacks. If you follow the Sony data breach story closely, the hackers did not stopped here but continue to penetrate Sony music database. What happens after the recent Sony data breach might still be a question and I would like to share with all my readers here on a piece of interesting picture that I found. I have to say a picture explains a thousand words here on the Sony data breach. If you are interested on what I interested with, I would like you all to enjoy the piece of article which I had found and including the interesting picture below.

The Sony Data Breach Story

Sony has continued to suffer additional data breaches across their website properties. It’s almost confusing, at this point, to figure out what has been breached. The newest breaches include those at Sony BMG Greece, Sony Thailand and, most recently, many databases connected to Sony Pictures. A hacking group has laid claim to the latest attack, detailing their heist online.

Although Sony is a large and diversified company, it’s problematic that these attacks keep happening, and perhaps even with some ease. It’s shocking, really.

Although these accounts have not been taken into account, Tech Target put up a post outlining some of the mistakes that have been made. It’s worth a read.

According to the process, the costs of cleaning up these breaches has been in excess of $171 million, and sure to climb.

sony data breach

Source: Absolute Software

Anymore Sony Data Breach?

Whether there is more of Sony data breach, we are still not too sure. At least this report gives out the story on how the hackers continue to penetrate Sony one after another. Obviously, we can see that Sony is not having a good time. If you want to follow the Sony data breach closely, you can subscribe to my blog or subscribe via email at the top right of this sidebar.

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