May 23, 2011 at 10:29 AM ET
First Sony experienced a massive security breach which forced it to shut down the PlayStation Network, then there were difficulties in restoring the game service, and then there was a security flaw in the PlayStation Network password reset feature. The company is still recovering from all the damage and drama, but we're wondering: Just what is the real cost of this debacle?
The infographic gives a convenient summary of the incident's timeline as well as an overview of who suffered — and how much.
Turns out that the whole mess cost Sony quite a bit more than just a few Costco-sized bottles of aspirin.