Howard Stringer, the president of Sony USA, has posted an apology letter on Sony's website, and while the letter doesn't offer any more info on the attacks or Sony's response, it is an interesting read. We already know that Sony is offering PSN gamers compensation for their stolen data, as well as hugely beefing up security for free, but Stringer's letter is the emotional, personal response to the issue. Stringer apologizes to gamers, writing:
"As a company we — and I — apologize for the inconvenience and concern caused by this attack."
Stringer goes on to explain the amount of time that Sony took to notify consumers as to the security breach: