It’s not been a good time for Sony’s Public Relations Department in the past few months with not only one but two breaches of their Playstation Network, and they didn’t exactly help their cause when they decided to delay telling their subscribers about the intrusions. They eventually admitted that customer information for nearly 25 million people, including names, addresses and 12,000 credit card details were out there in the wild.
Veracode Application Security has made an infographic, precisely detailing the timeline to the whole mess, as well as showing the decline in Sony’s share price. You can see it below and if you would like a bigger copy, just click on the graphic to be taken to a bigger version.
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