The statement from Kazuo Hirai as follows: "I can't thank you enough for your patience and support during this time. We know even the most loyal customers have been frustrated by this process and are anxious to use their Sony products and services again. We are taking aggressive action at all levels to address the concerns that were raised by this incident, and are making consumer data protection a full-time, companywide commitment."
In addition to the restoration, Sony has put in place new security measures to make sure that similar attack does not surface. The new security measures allow Qriocity and PS3 users to reset their passwords immediately upon signing in.
For now, PlayStation owners can utter a huge sigh of relief as they can finally begin their online matches with SOCOM 4 or finally receive platinum status on Portal 2 after a month's wait. Happy gaming everyone. This time the terrorists will not win.