Rishab Verma and his company agreed to settle charges filed by the FTC that Verma sent millions of spam text messages that deceitfully promised free merchandise.
The 2011 hack exposed the personal information of roughly 77 million users registered with PlayStation Network and Qriocity.
A suit filed in a federal court in Louisiana charges the company with failing to protect personal information and seeks damages on multiple counts.
While it isn't realistic for organizations to expect that it will never happen to them, a rapid, professional and continuous response can limit their scope and reputational impact.
We're only halfway through the year and already we've seen multiple large-scale breaches. The year's been marked by retailer breaches, including Neiman Marcus, Michaels, Sally Beauty and Smucker's. But they're not the only targets. We've narrowed down this year's breaches to find the most impactful and relevant so far.