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The former director of the US National Cyber Security Center has joined Sony to help fortify its PlayStation Network, months after the online service was struck by a massive data ...
Two of the world’s most influential PC games studios want Sony, Nintendo and Microsoft to break down the barricades to their consoles’ online services.
The astonishing PlayStaion Network crisis that dominated the headlines earlier this year doesn’t seem to have dented the public appetite for PSN.
As of today Sony has gathered its numerous online services under a new, single brand – Sony Entertainment Network.
The PS3 version of the PlayStation Store is to receive a promotional summer offer that’s very much in the vein of Microsoft’s established and successful Summer of Arcade promotion.
Exclusivity has been dismissed by many an exec and developer and a redundant model in the modern games market, but Sony clearly disagrees having announced a huge investment in exclusive ...
The PSN crisis may be distant memory in the West, but it's a different story in Japan where full restoration has finally been confirmed for this Wednesday (July 6th).
An American lawsuit filed this week alleges that Sony laid off a number of staff in charge of maintaining the security of its online networks.
Japanese gamers are still none the wiser as to when the PlayStation Network will be fully restored in their country where the PS Store still remains offline.
Microsoft has said that it was saddened by the attack on PSN in April and that occurrences of this kind are bad for entire industry.
Sony's war on PS3 hacking looks close to be claiming its first scalp following the admission from Alexander Egorenkov that he expects to face a jail term.
The teenager arrested in connection with a recent craze of website hacks will have his possessions examined for evidence linking him to the PSN attack, Scotland Yard has told Develop.
An unsurprisingly anonymous member of hacker community Anonymous has stated that the collective has stopped its attack on Sony.
The Japanese government has reportedly accused Sony of deliberately keeping quiet about the attack on its PlayStation Network.
Police investigating April's PSN security breach have made three arrests in Spain.
The growing problem of online hacking represents more than simply a danger to PlayStation – it could actually threaten society itself.
SCEA boss Jack Tretton opened Sony's E3 conference last night with what appeared to be a very sincere apology for the PlayStation network outage that has dominated the headlines over ...
Sony's troubles with online security are from over, if a new claim by hackers is to be believed.
Today marks the long-awaited return of the PlayStation Store, but one hacker has said that the network will remain unsafe until Sony hires hackers directly to test its security.
Sony has this morning confirmed that the PlayStation Store is being turned back on around the world.
Sony has confirmed that PSN will this afternoon go down for maintenance "for several hours" in what it describes a "crucial step" in the return of the PlayStation Store.
"Hey Sony, you know we're making off with a bunch of your internal stuff right now and you haven't even noticed? Slow and steady, guys."
Sony has said that the PlayStation store will return in a number of key territories by the end of the week.
It seems that any hope of a quick fix to patch Dirt 3's online problems on PS3 has been ruled out.