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PUBLISHED: DECEMBER 21, 2014
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...whose Social Security numbers and other private data was exposed. Legal experts said the cases are likely just two of many that will be filed over the data breach A review of 32,000 emails from the inbox of Sony Entertainment CEO Michael Lynton that were dumped by the hackers on Monday showed the studio suffered significant technology ...
PUBLISHED: DECEMBER 19, 2014
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...enough evidence to conclude that the Communist nation is responsible for the attack. Now, President Barack Obama is responding. The hackers compromised Sony Pictures' computer systems, stole data and intellectual property, and ultimately caused the movie giant to can its new comic film, "The Interview." The Sony-produced comedy starring Seth Rogen and James Franco, is likely the ...
PUBLISHED: DECEMBER 19, 2014
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...family's mail, banking, travel and shopping accounts, according to a review of more than 32,000 stolen corporate emails circulating on the Internet. Scrutiny of Sony's stolen computer data hasn't yet revealed exactly how hackers managed to slip inside to steal such an enormous cache, when it happened, who was behind the theft or their motives. ...
PUBLISHED: DECEMBER 18, 2014
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...failed to secure its computer systems despite "weaknesses that it has known about for years," and instead made a business decision to accept the risk. It contends that the latest data breaches are especially "surprising and egregious" because Sony Pictures has been repeatedly attacked over the years, including a 2011 hack that revealed millions of user accounts on Sony's PlayStation ...
PUBLISHED: DECEMBER 18, 2014
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As soon as Mark Kim found out his personal information was compromised in a data breach at Target last year, the 36-year-old tech worker signed up for the retailer's free credit monitoring offer so he would be notified if someone used his identity to ...
PUBLISHED: DECEMBER 16, 2014
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...the stolen information," wrote Boies, whose clients have included Microsoft Corp. and former Vice President Al Gore. The Times stood by its coverage. "The data breach involving Sony Pictures has resulted in the release of information about the movie industry that is newsworthy," said Times editor Davan Maharaj. "We have reported on this material ...
PUBLISHED: DECEMBER 16, 2014
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The producers of James Bond films have acknowledged that an early version of the screenplay for the new movie "SPECTRE" was among the material stolen in the massive cyberattack on ...
PUBLISHED: DECEMBER 15, 2014
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With cyberattacks seemingly getting worse every day, a bidding war has broken out between Silicon Valley tech giants and black marketeers for the talents of hackers who spot software vulnerabilities ...
PUBLISHED: DECEMBER 13, 2014
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...its scheduled Dec. 25 release of "The Interview," a comedy depicting a fictional plot to assassinate North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. While the source of the breach is still under investigation, Pascal and other Sony executives have been criticized for green-lighting a film centered on killing a real-life political leader. The emails released by the hackers ...
PUBLISHED: DECEMBER 12, 2014
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...unclear whether any hackers were able to exploit the security holes, but Dan told The Times the flaws he and Tawily discovered could have easily been used to scrub whole databases of user information. In a statement Wednesday, Alibaba spokeswoman Molly Morgan called the flaws a "potential vulnerability" and said the company had taken "immediate steps to ...
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NETWORK SECURITY SPOTLIGHT
The FBI is pointing the finger of blame for the Sony Pictures cyberattack directly at North Korea. The hackers stole confidential data and caused the movie giant to can its new comic film, "The Interview."

ENTERPRISE HARDWARE SPOTLIGHT
Remember the classic BlackBerry that took the cell phone market by storm in its heyday? Well, it’s retro time at the Canadian handset maker as it rolls out the aptly-named BlackBerry Classic.

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