Michael Riley

Bloomberg News

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Cyber security reporter for Bloomberg News

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Target, Sony and JP Morgan are all major companies recently hit by cyber-attacks that rippled through the economy.

Healthcare: An Easy Target for Cyber Criminals

Target, Sony and JP Morgan are all major companies recently hit by cyber-attacks that rippled through the economy.

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The theatrical release of the film The Interview has been cancelled. That’s the Seth Rogen movie that seems to have motivated the massive Sony Studios hack.

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The theatrical release of the film The Interview has been cancelled. That’s the Seth Rogen movie that seems to have motivated the massive Sony Studios hack.

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The Los Angeles Times is reporting that two former employees  filed a class action suit  today against Sony Pictures over the massive computer breach that exposed details about…

Sony Pictures and Cyber Warfare

The Los Angeles Times is reporting that two former employees filed a class action suit today against Sony Pictures over the massive computer breach that exposed details about…

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