The Sony hacking saga has revealed that the company was probing its India unit for corruption, bidding fraud, and bribes being paid to government officials.
The U.S. government was not responsible for crippling North Korea's Internet infrastructure after President Barack Obama blamed the country for hacking Sony Pictures Entertainment, two senior U.S. officials told The Associated Press, as Congress announced it will examine North Korea's cyberthreats.
The U.S. government is increasingly committed to publicly calling out foreign governments when there is evidence that they are responsible for cyberattacks, a senior Justice Department official said.
US investigators believe that North Korea likely hired hackers from outside the country to help with last month's massive cyber-attack against Sony Pictures, an official close to the investigation said on Monday.
Sony says its PlayStation Network is back online after three days of disruptions that began on Christmas.
Google and Microsoft joined forces with Sony, using their online might to release "The Interview" film to online audiences despite threats from hackers.
Critics and early viewers agree that The Interview is less than a masterpiece. But thanks to threats from hackers that nearly derailed its release, it has become an event.
You don't need to leave your house to watch "The Interview." Sony Pictures released the comedy on digital platforms.
Key North Korean websites were back online Tuesday after an hours-long Internet shutdown that followed a US vow to respond to a crippling cyberattack on Sony Pictures.
In an attempt by Sony to curb the damage caused by the hackers, the company has threatened Twitter that would take legal action if it wouldn't ban its users who are linking to leaks.
North Korea, at the center of a confrontation with the United States over the hacking of Sony pictures, itself experienced Internet outages on Monday.
Sony's company attorney David Boies said <em>The Interview</em> will be released but not on its original slot of Christmas Day.
Faced with rising cybercrime like the attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment, companies worldwide are under pressure to tighten security but are hampered by cost and, for some, reluctance to believe they are in danger.
The hacking at Sony has resulted in some serious damage to the popular messaging app Snapchat as well.
A U.S. government source said investigators had determined North Korea was behind a cyber-attack on Sony Pictures as the studio pulled all plans to release its comedy, "The Interview," about an assassination attempt on the North Korean leader.
Apparently, there is more to the story on how Snapchat rejected the $3 billion buyout offer from Facebook.
Sony Pictures Entertainment advised its current and former employees to be on the alert for fraudsters looking to use their stolen data, which included detailed personal information.
A lawyer representing Sony Pictures Entertainment is warning news organizations not to publish details of company files leaked by hackers in one of the largest digital breaches ever against an American company.
Executives at Sony Corp's Hollywood movie studio sought to reassure employees on Monday that the studio would recover from a massive cyber attack that exposed internal emails and sensitive employee data.
Beleaguered studio Sony Pictures apologised today for racially insensitive remarks about President Barack Obama in company emails.