Sony hack: it's big, bad, and we need to know what happened

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Sony hack: it's big, bad, and we need to know what happened

[Blog post] Breach illustrates the need for mandatory disclosure.

The hack on Sony Pictures Entertainment has already cemented itself as one of the world's largest-scale security breaches, and it's continuing to go from bad to worse by the day. Since reports surfaced two weeks ago about what appeared to be a denial of service attack ...

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Juha Saarinen
Juha Saarinen has been covering the technology sector since the mid-1990s for publications around the world. He has been writing for iTnews since 2010 and also contributes to the New Zealand Herald, the Guardian and Wired's Threat Level section. He is based in Auckland, New Zealand. Google
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