Sony Security Breach

Kazuo Hirai, left, of Sony Entertainment President, and Sony Corp.’s Senior Vice President Shinji Hasejima. attend a news conference at its Tokyo headquarters on Sunday, May 1, 2011. Sony apologized for a security breach in the company PlayStation Network that caused the loss of personal data of some 77 million accounts on the online service. Sony has said it has contacted U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation to look into what the company called “a criminal cyber attack” on Sony’s data center in San Diego, California.(Photo by Natsuki Sakai/AFLO)