Sega has told gamers that some of their personal information may have been stolen following an attack on its systems.
Maybe you secure your passwords or encrypt important files, but do you log out of Facebook every time you leave your personal computer? Or your email?
Sega has confirmed that the personal data of 1.29 million of its customers was stolen in an attack on its systems.
Organizations should be implementing several measures to prevent cyber-attackers from stealing sensitive, confidential data.
A hacker claims to have stolen names and passwords belonging to 120 users of Sony Europe’s website and published them to the Internet.
Even though we discussed a lot about Gmail, Hotmail is still the leading email service in term of users. Gmail has introduced many security functions to secure the accounts of the people.
For Sony and its users, the news just keeps getting worse. First the Sony Playstation hack exposed the personal info of gamers, and then the Sony Pictures hack allowed the movie-going crowd to get in on the misery.