Sony Hack: FBI Director Says Not Clear However Who’s Accountable
FBI Director James Comey says investigators haven’t however determined who was answerable for an unlimited cyberattack on Sony Footage Leisure. Comey suggested reporters Tuesday that "we’re not at the moment however" to assign obligation. The present breach disrupted the movie studio’s laptop system, leaked unreleased movies on the Net and uncovered private particulars about Sony employees and celebrities. Comey said sooner than investigators determine who’s behind a breach, they like "to sort the proof in a very cautious strategy to reach at a level of confidence."
Some have speculated that North Korea instigated the assaults in retaliation for the upcoming movie "The Interview," a comedy starring Seth Rogen and James Franco about an assassination attempt on that nation’s chief, Kim Jong Un. North Korea simply these days launched a press launch denying obligation, however as well as harshly condemning the movie. An FBI spokesman said FBI representatives consider to fulfill with Sony employees on Wednesday to supply them teaching in cybersecurity practices,
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