Turner Orders Staff to Change Computer Passwords In Wake of Sony Hack: Read Internal Memo (Exclusive)

The company is giving all employees until Thursday to comply according to email obtained by TheWrap

In response to the Sony hacking cyberattack, Turner Broadcasting is making its employees to change their computer passwords for precautionary purposes, TheWrap has exclusively learned.

Below is an image of the email Turner employees received Tuesday that was resent Wednesday, telling them to change their passwords by Thursday, December 18.


An insider familiar with the situation told TheWrap managers have expressed the urgency of employees changing their passwords, speaking with employees across Turner Wednesday.

The password change is not just for desktop devices, but also company-issued mobile devices employees have.