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Victims of outsourcer data breaches could be eligible to recover compensation for any distress that has been caused by the misuse or exposure of their personal information.
Your Lawyers – as Leading Data Leak Lawyers – is used to representing people for claims where it is outsourced agents and third-parties responsible for a data breach. You could be eligible to pursue a No Win, No Fee legal claim for compensation, and you can talk to our team for free, no-obligation legal advice here now.
Outsourcer data breaches can lead to significant volumes of very personal and sensitive information being exposed or misused. In many cases, the volume of data can be significant because outsourcing companies are used to working on behalf of a number of organisations across multiple sectors. Because of this, the kind of information that could be affected could be incredibly personal and sensitive, which means that the impact on the victims can be substantial.
When it comes to pursuing damages for outsourcer data breaches, you may be able to bring your claim against the outsourcing company or the organisation that is using the outsourcing company. In theory, liability could be placed on either organisation involved because both have an important duty in accordance with the GDPR to protect the information that they store and process. However, for you, all you need to know is that you should be able to pursue a claim if your data has been misused or exposed as a result of a breach of the GDPR.
To claim data breach compensation now on a No Win, No Fee basis with our team of experts if you are eligible, all you need to do is contact us here for free, no-obligation legal advice.
We can normally tell you quickly if your claim is one that we can pursue for you. If you are happy to instruct us on the very first call you have with us, you are free to be able to do so. This avoids delays and waiting around as we can get the ball rolling for your claim for compensation right away.
There have been many outsourcer data breaches in recent years. One of the most recent ones that took place this year involved outsourcing giant Capita being hit by a cyberattack.
As a result of this breach, it was understood that staff were unable to access a number of systems and servers and it has later suggested that some data may have been accessed by the criminals behind the attack.
This is a particularly concerning cyberattack given that Capita is such a huge name in outsourcing, including for a lot of government work. The company has been investigating the matter carefully to try to understand what happened and what information may have been affected. Either way, the Capita cyberattack is certainly a very concerning event given the particularly personal and sensitive nature of the information they will store and process.
If you have received confirmation that your personal information has been misused or exposed as a result of this cyberattack, you could be eligible to pursue a claim for damages. Please do not hesitate to contact our team for free, no-obligation legal help here now.
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