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A poster advertising Sony Pictures movie "Fury," one of the films released in the Sony data breach, is displayed at a subway station in Seoul, South Korea. North Korea released a statement Sunday that relished a cyberattack on Sony Pictures. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon)

(Bloomberg) — Sony Pictures Entertainment security advisers believe the cyberattack on the company’s computer systems was the work of an organized group, Chief Executive Officer Michael Lynton said in an e-mail to his staff.

Lynton said the investigation into the attack, which has paralyzed the company’s computers for almost two weeks, is continuing. Responding to staff concerns about security, he passed on a message he received from Kevin Mandia, chief operating officer of FireEye Inc., the cybersecurity firm assisting Culver City, California-based Sony Pictures in its investigation.

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