SEGA Was Hacked After It Reviewed And Updated Its Security

Earlier this week SEGA announced that hackers have compromised its SEGA Pass servers and got unauthorized access to the personal details of some of its 1.3 million users. Interesting enough, this security breach was orchestrated right after the company finished its security audit.

The security audit was performed in wake of the famous PSN breach and it has resulted in several changes to SEGA's security systems; unfortunately, it seems that those changes were not enough. Following the breach, SEGA promised to "further strengthen [its] network security as a priority."

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