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.
What are the British Airways data breach dates?
The two British Airways data breach dates are as follows:
- 58pm on 21 August 2018 and 9:45pm on 5 September 2018;
- 21st April 2018 and 28th July 2018.
Why are there two sets of British Airways data breach dates?
There are two sets of British Airways data breach dates as a result of the investigations conducted by the airline’s owner, IAG. Whilst looking into the initial breach, they discovered a separate incident believed to be carried out by the same attackers.
This mean that thousands more have been affected by the British Airways data breach than first thought. This has resulted in an expected increase in enquiries by new victims of the breach who have signed-up to join our legal action.
Join the British Airways data breach action today
You can join the British Airways data breach legal action we’ve launched quickly and easily today.
We’re representing victims for claims on a No Win, No Fee basis. All of our initial advice is free, and on an entirely no-obligation basis.
This is just one of the over 20 different data breach legal actions our lawyers are representing victims for. We can help you claim for both British Airways data breach dates, although some may be subject to different legislation depending on when the breach occurred. Either way, you can still join the legal action today.
IMPORTANT: advice on this page is intended to be up-to-date for the 'first published date'.
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First published by Matthew on November 08, 2018
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