Almost a week after hackers posted a trove of customer information stolen from various Sony businesses' Web sites, Sony Pictures has more details on the attack.
Today the company posted a statement saying that personally identifying information of 37,500 customers had been exposed in the breach.
"We are continuing to investigate the details of this cyberattack; however, we believe that one or more unauthorized persons may have obtained some or all of the following information that you may have provided to us in connection with certain promotions or sweepstakes: name, address, email address, telephone number, gender, date of birth, and website password and user name," the statement reads.
Sony Pictures notes that it had not requested credit card information, Social Security numbers, or driver's license numbers from those people.
Sony Pictures said it notified those affected this morning. … Read more