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You could be entitled to pursue a cloud data leak compensation claim if your personal information has been misused and/or exposed in this way.
Your Lawyers, as a leading firm of data leak privacy claims specialists, represent thousands of people for data leak claims. Many of those that we help have been affected by cloud information issues, and if you have been affected by an issue like this then we may be able to help you too.
A cloud data leak could arise where personal information is misused and/or exposed when it is being stored on a cloud database. Cloud databases are incredibly common these days as technology moves us more and more toward a fully digitised society, and some cloud storage platforms could consist of databases for many different organisations.
The risks of being targeted – and the risks of something going wrong – must always be treated as incredibly significant. Hackers do target these platforms as one attack could lead to the information for millions of people being at risk. As such, there is no circumstance in which the threat of this kind of breach should ever be understated.
The risks of a cloud data leak can be significant when it comes to security. It may only take one simple cyberattack and the information for millions of people could then be misused or exposed.
Given how much information is now stored in cloud databases, the impact of such a data breach could be monumental.
If you have been affected by a cloud data leak, you could be eligible to claim compensation for any distress caused by the loss of control of your personal information. It could be that a cloud provider is responsible having been the victim of a cyberattack, or having inadvertently leaked personal information, or allowed access to databases. It could be that a service user of a cloud database has fallen victim to a cyberattack or has had their credentials leaked, causing an unauthorised access event.
Ultimately, if personal information has been misused or exposed, the GDPR can make you eligible to claim compensation. Even if it is a cyberattack, you can still be eligible to claim as the organisation who has been attacked may have failed in their duty to protect themselves from an attack. If they failed to do all they can to protect themselves then they have ultimately failed to protect you also.
You can contact our team about cloud data leaks for free, no-obligation legal advice now. If we are able to assist you, we may be able to represent you on a No Win, No Fee basis.
Our leading team of specialist lawyers represent thousands of clients for data privacy compensation cases. It is usually quick and easy to find out if you are also eligible to claim with us by simply contacting our team here now and we will see if we can assist you.
Our team is always happy to provide advice to anyone who may need our legal services. We are here to help.
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