Sony Pictures Entertainment chairman/CEO Michael Lynton and co-chairman Amy Pascal have released this statement, acknowledging the studio was hit by hackers who’ve breached their system and come away with user passwords and other data:

“The cybercrime wave that has affected Sony companies and a number of government agencies, businesses and individuals in recent months has hit Sony Pictures as well. Yesterday afternoon a group of criminal hackers known as “LulzSec” claimed to have breached some of our websites. We have confirmed that a breach has occurred and have taken action to protect against further intrusion. We also retained a respected team of experts to conduct the forensic analysis of the attack, which is ongoing. In addition, we have contacted the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation and are working with them to assist in the identification and apprehension of those responsible for this crime.

We deeply regret and apologize for any inconvenience caused to consumers by this cybercrime.”

jf
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3 years
Keep your friends close and your enemies closer. LulzSec is so poor they are asking for donations...
Sampson
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3 years
This is no suprise - The simple act is that MOST companies and GOs that have active...
L Brooks
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3 years
DIDN'T ENCRYPT THE DATA??!!!!!!!!!! WTF is Stringer, Pascal & Lynton drinking?? Or smoking?? You can't get much...