Have you shared your Netflix, Hulu Plus, or Rhapsody password with a friend? While it might seem harmless, this type of activity could now land you in some legal trouble in Tennessee.
A lawsuit against Sony has been instituted in the United States after the PlayStation NetWork was hacked. The action was filed in California by PSN user Kristopher Johns of Alabama.
Every day, it seems that Sony announces a new data breach. It’s primarily usernames and passwords that are being stolen. Why is the information so valuable?
Google (GOOG) disclosed Wednesday that hundreds of Gmail accounts, including those of senior U.S. officials and Chinese political activists, were targeted in a concerted hacking campaign originating from Jinan, China.
How many websites did you visit today that required a password? Probably quite a few. Do you need a password to access data or email at work? You likely do.
What’s the best way to protect your computer’s data? For many consumers, the main message comes down to two words: layered security.
As security breaches go, it doesn’t get much bigger than the recent PlayStation Network (PSN) and Sony Online Entertainment attack that saw hackers get their hands on the details of more than 100 million customers around the world.