There is so much to say about the Sony hack, whether it has been perpetrated by the North Koreans or not, but everyone else is saying it, so I’ll just let them go ahead. I found one thing interesting about the situation: according to TechCrunch article, Sony Pictures employees are now working in air-gapped offices; offices with no internet connection.
“That is what a major corporate security breach sounds like: the squeal of a fax machine and the low murmur of co-workers now required to talk to each other instead of depending on email or instant messages.”
I can understand that they’re worried about more intrusions, but they would do better to hire some computer security experts and get on with things. I did note this interesting tidbit:
“”… A couple of people had their computers removed but people using Macs were fine,” she said. She said most work is done on iPads and iPhones.”