Sony hire big gun to head security team

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Citing the latest network intrusion as the main reason behind the move, Sony has hired Philip Reitinger, ex director of the US National Cyber Security Center to act as their new chief information security officer. As well as his previous position within the government, Reitinger has also represented Microsoft as well as the US department of Defense.

With the loss of 77 million users data, including personal information by hackers exploiting network flaws, Sony are doing everything they can to ensure their users feel safe and secure while using their various services. While many doubted that the PSN service would ever return to its former glory, CEO Howard Stringer sings a different tune, emphasising that since the ordeal “We have more than 3 million new customers since the network came back online, and sales are exceeding what we had before the cyber-attacks.”

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