Sony, which had to apologize for an April security breach of millions of its Playstation customers’ data and then a later security breach at its Sony Online Entertainment division, recently began to restore some of the services affected by the security attack. However, the Wall Street Journal reports that there are yet more data security breaches in Sony’s systems:
Sony Corp. said Tuesday it has discovered a security breach at a music-entertainment unit in Greece affecting 8,500 user accounts, as well as two smaller incidents involving unauthorized access in Thailand and Indonesia.
Sony immediately shut down the websites in the three countries and said it is investigating the incidents.
The latest breaches come as the Japanese electronics company is working to improve security measures and restore customer trust after hacker attacks last month against the company’s PlayStation Network and other online entertainment services. Those intrusions have affected 100 million user accounts world-wide. […]
Usernames, passwords, email addresses and phone numbers for 8,500 accounts for these websites have been compromised, Sony said. But the breach at the Greek unit didn’t involve any credit-card details because access to the sites was available free of charge, the company said.
In Thailand, Sony found traces of unauthorized access to its electronics-marketing unit’s website. […] In Indonesia, the company discovered that Sony Music Indonesia’s website had been modified by an unauthorized user.