Category: British Airways Data Breach
Posted by Matthew on November 13, 2018 in the following categories: British Airways Data Breach Claims Group Action Latest and tagged with British Airways Data Breach | compensation | data breach | Group Action | Ticketmaster
The Data Leak Lawyers – representing victims in over 20 different data breach actions – are fighting for the rights of victims in both these breaches. The news that Lloyds is issuing replacement cards after the data breaches comes as no surprise. With victims of both data breach incidents at immediate risk of fraud, people need protection.
There’s so much more victims can do in terms of justice for both breaches. We launched our group actions for both the British Airways data breach and the Ticketmaster data breach as soon as news broke of the incidents.
Posted by Matthew on November 08, 2018 in the following categories: British Airways Data Breach Claims Group Action and tagged with British Airways Data Breach | compensation | data breach | Group Action
You can claim compensation as a victim of both the British Airways data breach dates. You may have seen the news that the breach widened after a further incident was discovered.
Given what we know about the British Airways data breach and how it happened, we’re confident we can win the legal action we’ve launched. Victims who have received confirmation that they’re affected by the incidents are entitled to join our legal action on a No Win, No Fee basis.
If you’ve not received confirmation that you were affected, you may still have a case. If you used the website between the British Airways data breach dates, your information may have been exposed.
The British Airways data breach GDPR repercussions could be huge. But, what do they mean for compensation here in the UK?
It’s important to note that any fine and any claim for compensation are dealt with as two separate issues. It’s the role of the ICO (Information Commissioner’s Office) to issue any GDPR fine to British Airways. What we’re doing is helping victims of the BA breach claim for data breach compensation.
However, one data breach period appears to have partially taken place before GDPR came into force. How does this affect your claim?
The news that the British Airways data theft compensation action is set to widen as more victims were affected than first thought was worrying.
Whether you’re a victim of the August to September breach, or the latest news of the April to July Reward Customers breach, we can help. As soon as news broke of the BA data theft incident, we started our legal action and have been taking on cases ever since.
If you have yet to sign up for British Airways data theft compensation, or if you’ve just found out you’re affected by the latest breach news, get in touch for help today.
Posted by Matthew on October 29, 2018 in the following categories: British Airways Data Breach Claims Group Action and tagged with British Airways Data Breach | compensation | data breach | Group Action
The news hit last week that the BA data breach compensation just got potentially way bigger than it already was.
IAG, owners of the UK’s biggest airline British Airways, has admitted that a further 185,000 people may have had their data exposed. Last year’s BA data breach was already a monumental incident. It may have just got way bigger, opening the door for way more claims for compensation.
Emails have been sent last week to more potential victims of the BA data breach. This has triggered a new wave of Claimants approaching us for help and advice.
The British Airways data breach class action is set to widen on news that the number of victims may be more than originally thought.
An additional 185,000 customers may also have been affected by the British Airways data breach that was revealed last month. The 15-day cyber-attack has compromised the details of hundreds of thousands of payment cards.
We’re acting for a number of victims who have been affected by the British Airways data breach. The class action may well widen if the additional victims are verified as affected.
We’ve said a few times now that the British Airways data hack was preventable. That’s why we launched our legal action for justice last month.
There are a number of reasons as to how it could have been prevented. Aside from the motivator of GDPR that should have triggered a mind-set of change, there were other warning sings too. The Ticketmaster data breach – carried out by the same attackers – sent a clear warning that, arguably, British Airways failed to take heed of. Before the British Airways data hack, we wrote about the targeting of payment systems and how we were just seeing the tip of the iceberg.
But there was also another major warning sign that British Airways appeared to not act on as well.
Posted by Matthew on October 09, 2018 in the following categories: British Airways Data Breach Claims Group Action and tagged with Airline Data Breach | British Airways Data Breach | compensation | data breach
Airline data breach incidents is a hot topic right now off the back of the recent British Airways data breach. We recently launched a legal case as a result of the breach.
Airline data breach incidents can be incredibly serious. The amount of personal and sensitive data that an airline holds is substantial enough to cause serious distress and monetary loss. Victims affected by a breach like the British Airways hack can be entitled to compensation.
For advice, please contact the team or read on for more general guidance.
Compensation for British Airways fraud risks forms as part of the legal action we’ve launched following the recent breach.
In the first half of 2018 alone, some £500m has already been stolen from Britons by fraudsters. The risks victims of data breaches are at after an incident can be monumental. The victims of the British Airways data breach have been at an immediate risk of fraud for several weeks. Full card numbers and personal information was hacked in the incident.
Victims can claim compensation for British Airways fraud risks, and claim for any money lost through fraud as well.
Posted by Matthew on October 01, 2018 in the following categories: British Airways Data Breach Claims Group Action and tagged with British Airways Data Breach | compensation | data breach | Group Action | Travel Sector
The British Airways cyber breach was not the first of its kind in the travel sector, nor was it the first breach British Airways have suffered themselves.
The travel sector is a popular target for criminals to hit as there’s a wealth of information that can be stolen; and money to steal as well. This fact alone ought to have been enough of a warning for British Airways to take more care of their customers’ information, yet they were still hacked (again).