NEW YORK (LowCards.com) -- If you aren't concerned about someone stealing your online data, you should be. If you have Internet access, you are a potential victim of having your personal information stolen. In the past few years, hackers have broken in and obtained account information for millions of consumers.Two separate major hacking incidents occurred with Sony ( SNE) over the past few weeks. Hackers may have stolen personal information from some 25 million accounts from Sony Online Entertainment. In a separate attack on the PlayStation Network and Qriocity, sensitive details could have been at risk for a reported 77 million customers. Personal information at risk included name, address, email address, birthdate, PlayStation password and login.
|Hackers may have recently stolen personal information from some 25 million accounts from Sony Online Entertainment and from another 77 million customers on the PlayStation Network and Qriocity.|