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Sony appoints ex Homeland Security chief

An ex official at Homeland Security is to become the chief information security officer at Sony Computer Entertainment.

Philip Reitinger, previously director of the U.S. National Cyber Security Center, will become senior vice president and will report to general counsel Nicole Seligman.

A Sony rep, speaking to Reuters said that the recent PSN outage was a “catalyst” for the appointment, adding that Sony is looking to strengthen its Network services even further.

It’s good to know that Sony is taking security seriously, and it seems consumers feel confident in Sony once again, with the company recently announcing 3 million new PSN users since the breach.


Edited On 06 Sep, 2011

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