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We are taking legal action following being approached for help in respect of the Emma Sleep cyberattack that may have resulted in personal details and card payment data being exposed.
It is understood that the company has been notifying customers that they may have been caught up in a cyberattack where payment information may have been scraped from their website. Anyone affected by this incident could now be at an immediate risk of fraud and theft, so victims will need to be vigilant about being targeted. Changing access credentials, regularly checking your finances and speaking to your bank would all be good first steps.
We have accepted instructions to act on a No Win, No Fee basis in pursuit of data breach compensation. As leading Data Leak Lawyers, we fight for the rights of those who have been wronged in data events, and we may be able to help you now.
We are accepting instructions for anyone who has been affected by the Emma Sleep cyberattack as we commence our initial investigations into claims for data breach compensation.
According to instructions that we have received so far, emails have been sent to customers recently advising that they may have been caught up in a cyberattack. Information may have been exposed or misused, and this could include personal details like names and addresses, and potentially payment card information also.
According to The Register, the cyberattack involves card skimming from the Emma Sleep website, and that data may have been scraped whether a purchase was completed or not. The hackers behind the attack are said to be Magecart, who have been able to successfully scrape payment card data from a number of other organisations in high-profile cyberattacks in the past. These include the British Airways cyberattacks of 2018, and the Ticketmaster attack of the same year.
Our legal team already represents thousands of victims claiming data breach compensation in those two breaches.
It seems that the Emma Sleep cyberattack is yet another in a long line of successful attacks that have potentially exposed the personal details of the victims affected. Your Lawyers, as leading Data Leak Lawyers, have been fighting for justice for privacy breach victims for years. Our experience is so vast that we represent thousands of clients engaged in over 50 data group and multi-party actions now, and many of these have stemmed from cyberattack events.
The GDPR is clear in respect of the responsibilities that organisations have to protect the personal information that they store and process. If successful cyberattacks arise due to a lack of protection, victims could be entitled to claim thousands of pounds in data breach compensation pay-outs now.
If you have been affected by the Emma Sleep cyberattack, or if you have been the victim of any other form of privacy incident, we want to help you now.
As part of our commitment to access to justice, you could be eligible to claim data breach compensation on a No Win, No Fee basis.
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