Wednesday, December 31, 2014
"Cyber Firm Identifies Six In Sony Hack, One Company Insider"
So, who should we believe?...
The Daily Caller's tech editor, Giuseppe Macri is reporting this:
"Norse, the cybersecurity firm that first identified a potential insider in the massive November hack of Sony Pictures, believes it’s uncovered evidence on six individuals primarily involved in the attack, including one former Sony employee with 'extensive knowledge of the company’s network and operations.' Senior vice president at Norse Kurt Stammberger told the Security Ledger late Sunday the company has identified six people 'with direct involvement in the hack,' two of whom are based in the U.S. along with one in Canada, Singapore and Thailand."