Homeland Security Investigating PSN Breach
Posted 2 years ago By - Marko Djordjevic
Another organization is getting involved in trying to figure out who was behind the security threat that affected millions of PSN users around the World. The US Department of Homeland Security and their Computer Emergency Readiness Team (CERT) are dedicating resources into trying to determine how Sony’s security system was hacked. According to reports by both Gamasutra and GameSpot, CERT is focused in not only assisting in trying to track down those involved but to help Sony to implement a better system to prevent such an instance from happening again in the future.
Homeland Security isn’t the only US organization working into tracking down those involved with the hack, the FBI is also involved. Around the world, even Canadian, British and Australian Federal agencies are also actively assisting in trying to pin-point the origin of all these problems.
Source : GameSpot & Gamasutra
20/05/2013 :: Watch Dogs Pre-Order Bonuses Announced for Amazon and GameStop
20/05/2013 :: Nintendo Creates Kickstarter Parody Site, Crowd Farter, to Promote Game & Wario
20/05/2013 :: Big Battlefield 4 Announcements on the Way!
20/05/2013 :: Call of Juarez: Gunslinger Launch Trailer Hits the Web
20/05/2013 :: Massive PlayStation Store Sale Has 10 Games for 65% Off
20/05/2013 :: Sony Trolls Xbox Event With Their Spotlight-Stealing Ads
20/05/2013 :: Warner Bros. Offers Up More Details on Deathstroke DLC for Batman: Arkham Origins
20/05/2013 :: Mass Effect Costumes Arriving for LittleBigPlanet Tomorrow
20/05/2013 :: The Last of Us Dev Diary Tells You How to Survive
20/05/2013 :: Batman: Arkham Origins Trailer Gets Epic
20/05/2013 :: Batman: Arkham Origins Will Star Roger Craig Smith as Batman, Troy Baker as The Joker
20/05/2013 :: 96 Hours Of Battlefield 3 Double XP This Week.
20/05/2013 :: Rumour: Microsoft To Get Rid Of Points System
20/05/2013 :: Tearaway Pre-order Bonuses Revealed!
Download us here!
Game Junkies podcast and audio interviews