We focus on the latest news surrounding data breaches, leaks and hacks plus daily internet security articles.
At The Data Leak Lawyers, we understand the gravity of such incidents, especially when it involves the leaking of sensitive treatment information.
In an era where personal information is the cornerstone of privacy, safeguarding sensitive data is of paramount importance. Unfortunately, breaches can occur, leaving individuals vulnerable and violated.
In this article, we will delve into a significant case where we secured over £10,000 in compensation for the wrongful exposure of such data in a workplace environment. We will also highlight our expertise in serious data breach claims, underscoring our commitment to advocating for the rights of those affected by privacy breaches.
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has been looking into Gloucester City Council GDPR compliance and has subsequently issued a reprimand.
Gloucester City Council has reportedly been on the wrong end of the ICO review over serious concerns in respect of compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This review may leave many individuals concerned about the safety of their personal information being held by the local authority.
If you have been affected by a council GDPR breach, it is crucial to know your rights and how to claim the compensation you deserve. You can talk to our team for free, no-obligation legal advice here now.
The Riverside data leak has reportedly resulted in the personal information of hundreds of tenants being exposed due to an avoidable email breach error.
In the digital age, personal data security is of paramount importance. Unfortunately, data breaches still happen, leaving individuals vulnerable to identity theft and fraud.
If you have been affected by this data breach, please do not hesitate to contact us here now for advice about your rights and seeking compensation.
You could be eligible to claim data breach compensation for compromised email accounts, and we may be able to represent you for a legal case on a No Win, No Fee basis.
Your Lawyers, as Leading Data Leak Lawyers, represent thousands of people engaged in claims in both individual and group and multi-party action cases. Talk to our team here now for free, no-obligation advice about starting a GDPR compensation claim today.
The Norfolk and Suffolk police data breach incident appears to be an incredibly serious matter, and it is understood that victims will be notified shortly about any involvement.
It is understood that the information of some 1,230 people – which includes witnesses and victims of crime – might have been inadvertently accessible due to an error. If you receive confirmation that you have been affected by this breach, speak to us for free, no-obligation legal advice by contacting us here now.
You could be entitled to claim compensation for a member of parliament data breach matter, and we may be able to represent you for a legal case on a No Win, No Fee basis.
Ultimately, no one is above the law. Particularly personal and sensitive information could end up being misused or exposed as a result of an incident of this nature. You can contact us for free, no-obligation legal help about starting a claim for compensation with us here now.
Email data breaches can result in information being misused and exposed, and victims of such events could be eligible to pursue compensation on a No Win, No Fee basis.
You can contact our team here now for free, no-obligation legal advice about your circumstances to find out quickly if we are able to represent you for a case today.
We were pleased to have been able to recover over £10,000 in damages for a client who was affected by an incident of sending sensitive data to the wrong recipients.
In a matter of this nature, the impact on the victim can be substantial, depending on the nature of the information that has been affected. That is why, for some claims, we are able to recover substantial damages, as we were able to in this particular case.
Despite the degree of trust we invest in doctors and other healthcare professionals, lapses in data protection still take place far too often within healthcare organisations. Given the sensitivity of medical information, healthcare data protection breaches can profoundly affect victims, many of whom can suffer from significant distress when they discover that their privacy has been compromised.
A number of serious data security incidents involving patient information have been reported in recent years, yet this negative coverage does not seem to have persuaded all healthcare organisations to improve their data protection strategies. Even small missteps can cause mass data exposure, which is why there is no room for error when it comes to data security.
At Your Lawyers – The Data Leak Lawyers – we specialise in data breach compensation claims. We are determined to hold organisations accountable for any failure to comply with data protection law. If you have had data compromised or exposed by a healthcare organisation, you may be entitled to claim compensation – you can contact us to receive free, no-obligation legal advice on your potential eligibility to claim here now.
We were previously able to resolve a claim for a client of ours for the sum of £15,000 in damages after a spreadsheet attached to an email exposed personal information.
We can tell you as leading privacy compensation experts that, unfortunately, this kind of event can be quite common in occurrence. There is no excuse for such a data leak to happen, and we are pleased that we were able to resolve this particular case in our client’s favour and with such a positive settlement result achieved.
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