We’re coming up to the two-year anniversary of what was one of the world’s biggest breaches, so we’re making sure to remind you not to miss the boat in the Equifax class action.
We launched legal action in the UK soon after news of the massive Equifax data breach hit the headlines. We’re now acting for a large group of people affected in the UK, as one of the over 20 different data breach group actions / multi party actions our lawyers are working on.
Unlike what some firms may do when they’re not experienced in the kinds of areas like we are, we’re activity taking cases forward on a No Win, No Fee basis. We’re not just registering information with a view to trying to taking further action later.
We may see a Marriott GDPR fine applied after the monumental breach that was discovered last year, given the volume of people affected and the nature of the breach.
As many as 500 million people were affected, with data said to have been compromised between 2014 and 2018. An unauthorised third-party is said to have accessed the guest reservation table fore the Startword division of the company. Data exposed in the breach included a lot of personal and account data.
The breach lapses over GDPR coming into force in May 2018. That means that the ICO (Information Commissioner’s Office) could issue a fine that equates to 4% of the Marriott’s global annual turnover.
We can help you make a claim for compensation as a victim of the massive Marriott data leak. Here’s a little about the latest since news broke of the incident.
OK, so we have some 500 million customers across the world who are potentially affected by the leak. The leak stems from a breach of their Starwood reservation systems since 2014 and has resulted in a wealth of data being exposed. As well as personal information, account details and bank card information has also been exposed.
Marriott has taken a number of steps in the aftermath of the breach, and legal actions have been initiated.
OK, so do people claim data breach compensation? With many people not fully aware of their rights to justice, this can be a common question.
The answer is yes. We can tell you because we’re involved in over 20 different data breach group actions. On top of that, thousands have come to us for help over the years we’ve been representing victims claim data breach compensation. And thousands of pounds have been recovered for the people we help.
With more and more data suggesting that many consumers now look at an organisation’s history in terms of data breaches, it’s time for victims of incidents to know their rights for justice as well.
Want to know more about claiming Well Pharmacy data breach compensation if you were affected by the recent incident? Here’s some advice on your rights, and how we can help you.
We’ve launched legal action for victims of the recent Well Pharmacy data breach. We’re taking cases forward on a No Win, No Fee basis for those who match our eligibility criteria. We appreciate that the nature of the information exposed in this breach is quite sensitive. Victims can be entitled to claim data breach compensation because the law is on your side.
Starting your claim for Well Pharmacy data breach compensation is easy. You can join the action we’ve initiated quickly, easily and confidentially.
Posted by Matthew on February 11, 2019 in the following categories: Claims Security Technology and tagged with compensation | cybersecurity | data controllers | database security | online security | personal data
The Mumsnet data breach hit the news last week, with dozens of accounts reportedly affected after a software upgrade caused a leak incident.
The parenting site is said to have reported themselves to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) already. The UK’s data watchdog will now have to decide whether the incident is serious enough to warrant any form of financial punishment for the incident. The Mumsnet data breach resulted in personal information for the affected users being exposed.
Any victim of a data breach can be entitled to claim data breach compensation for any distress and financial loss caused. We see these kinds of breaches all the time, and news of new breaches doesn’t come as a surprise to us anymore.
Need to know more about the huge British Airways data breach and what to do if you were affected? We can help you.
The British Airways data breach led to the information for 380,000 payment cards being compromised. The exposed data included full card numbers, expiry dates and security codes (CVV) on the reverse of cards, as well as the personal information for the cardholder.
Victims of the breach have been put at an immediate risk of theft and fraud, and it’s possible that the hackers have already sold the payment card information that was stolen. Follow this guidance for what to do if you are affected by the breach. You may be eligible to join our compensation group.
Our legal action for compensation has already begun, and if you’ve yet to sign-up for a claim, please get in touch with our team for help.
The online retailer suffered a huge data breach in November 2018 that affected over 16,000 of their customers. Personal and financial information was exposed in the breach, meaning victims can be vulnerable to financial fraud.
Posted by Matthew on February 01, 2019 in the following categories: Claims Employee Data Breach Group Action Healthcare and tagged with compensation | data leak | email leaks | employee breaches | Group Action | personal data
Our No Win, No Fee compensation action for victims of the Well Pharmacy data leak is underway, and you can sign-up for our help today.
If you were one of the 24,000 people caught up by the Well Pharmacy data leak, you may be eligible to claim compensation with us. We’re taking cases on and we’ve initiated our action for anyone affected by the recent email leak of personal and sensitive data.
The Well Pharmacy data leak action is one of the over 20 different data breach actions we’re representing people for. When it comes to data leaks, access to justice can be achieved through our specialist legal services.
A HIV status data breach can be absolutely devastating. Medical data breaches are often among the worst because of the nature of the information that can be exposed, and a person’s HIV status is a prime example of how bad it can get.
We’re currently involved in legal action for a large group of victims claiming compensation for the 56 Dean Street HIV status data breach. The expert reports and witness testimonies show just how bad a HIV data leak can be.