Journalism always intrigues me. Today Bloomburg, without announcing their source, implicated access to Amazon EC2 in the attack on PSN.
An announcement today, which I was happy to find on both EU and US blogs, states that a roll out by region of services has begun.
So why am I not blown away by this? Interesting but not entirely unexpected move by Google in announcing that a range of portables will be available, manufactured by Acer and Samsung, that will run on ChromeOS, similar to the limited edition CR48 they produced themselves. But is this a flawed model?
Time to get permission to set them there cookies or face the consequences. ICO gives advice on how UK websites should handle the requirements of new EU legislation. Deadline: 26/May/2011— tick tock tick tock…
I’ve been thinking about this breach over the past week and there are several points that need discussion in Sony and any of the recently attacked companies: Analysis (breach) Fix (security) Review (Processes) Repair (Reputation)