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  • Blog Post: Sony Drops Appeal Against Monetary Fine Resulting From The 2011 Security Breach

    In 2011, close to 77 million PlayStation Network accounts were affected by a large security breach. The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) fined Sony £250,000 stating that it should have been better prepared for the attack. ICO is an independent European authority, "set up to uphold... More
  • Blog Post: PSA: Ubisoft Suffers Security Breach, Change Your Passwords

    Ubisoft has notified users that its online systems have been compromised. The company is urging users to change their passwords as soon as possible. "We recently found that one of our Web sites was exploited to gain unauthorized access to some of our online systems," the statement reads. "We... More
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Gives UK Gamers MS Points After Xbox Awards Security Breach

    A voting site for the Xbox Entertainment Awards suffered a security breach that leaked personal information of over 2,000 gamers in the U.K. Now the company has given them 1,600 MS points as a gesture of apology. After voting for the UK Microsoft Entertainment Awards, some gamers discovered that their... More
  • Blog Post: PSN Security Breach Could Cost Sony Billions

    It's been a rough week for Sony, as the company has been scrambling to detect the source and extent of the security breach recently caused by hackers. While Sony's current focus is to fix its security hole and get PSN back online, questions are now being raised about the financial cost of the... More
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