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The way forward for justice for the victims of the Equifax cyber attack is with legal action against the credit referencing giants.
We launched our legal action for justice last year when news of the huge cyber attack hit the press. We’re now acting for a large group of victims claiming compensation for the cyber attack. With the punishments issued to Equifax being somewhat small so far, victims should know that they are entitled to justice through our legal action.
If you’ve yet to join the legal action, sign up now. This really is the way forward to ensure justice is served!
Our legal action is the way forward to ensure justice is achieved for victims of the Equifax cyber attack.
Given that the attack took place before the GDPR came into force, Equifax were issued the maximum financial penalty under the previous rules. This was £500,000.00; a drop in the ocean compared to the millions they could have faced had the attack happened in the post-GDPR era.
There’s nothing that could be done to have increased the penalties given that was the maximum under the old rules. But with the organisation turning over $3.362bn last year alone, they’re worth a lot. A proper punishment would come in the way of ensuring that victims of the cyber attack are duly compensated, with Equifax paying the bill.
Some of the criminal punishments issued over the Equifax cyber attack have been lacking in conviction in my view.
Just last month, former software product development manager, Sudhakar Reddy Bonthu, was sentenced to eight months of home confinement for insider trading. This followed a guilty plea earlier in the year.
Not a significant sentence, really.
If you were one of the victims of the Equifax cyber attack and you’ve yet to join the legal action for compensation, it’s not too late.
The path to justice is open for you right now, but with the case having been going on for over a year now, we recommend you sign-up as soon as you can.
We’re offering No Win, No Fee representation for Equifax cyber attack compensation claims. What have you got to lose?
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