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SEGA Europe Scrutinizes its Cloud Security

January 7, 2022 No Comments

Security researcher Aaron Phillips worked with SEGA Europe to secure sensitive files that were inadvertently stored in a publicly accessible Amazon Web Services (AWS) S3 bucket. There were lapses in SEGA’s cloud security that could have potentially exposed SEGA’s users and workers to adverse effects. Luckily, the joint efforts of SEGA’s own cybersecurity team and external security researchers ensured no harm was done and all SEGA’s security measures were updated to today’s best practice standards. Users can safely access official SEGA websites and forums.

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