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A month after Sony suffered its first security breach on PSN and Qriocity, the company is now rolling out its ID Protection Program.
Not too long ago, Sony talked about its protection program for PSN and Qriocity users affected by the April 19 security breach. The company stated that it will cover the cost of Debix’s 12 month AllClear ID PLUS identity protection program for each PSN and Qriocity user in the United States. True to their word, Sony has started assigning user activation codes for the program.
“Starting today, PlayStation Network and Qriocity account holders in the United States can begin the enrollment process for the identity theft protection program by visiting http://us.playstation.com/news/consumeralerts/identity-theft-protection/. “We are also notifying customers of the enrollment landing page via email, which you will receive in your inbox this week.”
Application to the program includes cyber monitoring and surveillance to detect the exposure of your personal data. The program also adds monitoring of criminal websites and information recovered by law enforcement agencies. In case your data was discovered by Debix, they will contact you by phone and email to advise you on what steps to take. A user enrolled to Debix’s AllClear ID PLUS identity protection program is also eligible to have a licensed private investigator and identity restoration specialist, and $1 million identity theft insurance policy.
However, PSN and Qriocity users are advised that redeeming their free one year coverage will end on June 28, 2011. No users are allowed to sign up after 11:59:59 (CST) on the said date.View Article Source »