By now, most people have heard about the massive security breach at Sony Pictures Entertainment.
And while Sony is facing some major hurdles in getting its stolen data back online, other companies are also taking action, as they’re all doing so in an attempt to better protect their data.
While Sony Pictures has been hacked, the breach is just the latest in a string of high-profile breaches that has exposed some of the most sensitive data in the industry.
The hackers gained access to personal data for some of Sony’s biggest stars including Kevin Spacey, Brad Pitt, and Ryan Gosling, as well as for the company’s corporate clients.
This data included the names of the top executives of the film and TV production companies that Sony worked with, along with the names and email addresses of other employees.
In some cases, the hackers also obtained information about the individuals who had been hired to work for the companies.
In order to better safeguard its data, Sony Pictures announced in April that it would offer customers a password reset service, which would take the passwords of users who had lost access to their accounts.
And the company has since offered similar services to the public.
But, as the Wall Street Journal noted, it doesn’t take long to see that the Sony Pictures breach wasn’t just a PR stunt.
In fact, it’s clear that the breach was intentional.
The WSJ reports that the attackers took advantage of the fact that Sony was offering the service.
As such, the company decided to offer the same service to all of its customers, so they could have their password reset and account information taken offline if they didn’t want it.
While the password reset feature does not take the data of its victims offline, it does prevent them from logging in to their Sony accounts again.
This is because if someone has the account, then they can be accessed by the hackers, and they can use it to access their personal data.
The WSJ also noted that this could allow the hackers to target individuals with specific data, and it could even allow them to log into their accounts and delete data from them.
In other words, if someone lost their account and wants to use their data again, they would have to reset their password, which could take several days.
So, the WSJ’s report notes that Sony Pictures may have been more interested in making money than protecting their own users.
Sony Pictures has since released a statement about the breach.
The company said that it is working with security experts to address the issue and that it has already implemented measures to better secure its data.
In a statement to the WSZ, the Sony spokesperson said that the company was working with experts to provide a better solution and that all of Sony Pictures’ data will be protected.