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We can represent victims of cloud technology data breaches, with eligible clients being able to benefit from our No Win, No Fee legal representation.
As the world continues to become more and more digitalised and cloud-based, we expect more breaches of this nature to happen. One small security flaw could do substantial damage and lead to the information for thousands or millions being compromised, which is why this is an important matter to address.
As a leading firm of data breach compensation experts, our job is to make sure that the victims of data breaches have a voice for justice, and that organisations are held to account.
The Pensions Management Institute data breach is understood to have affected 1,700 people after hackers gained access to the Outlook account of a PMI employee.
We understand that those whose information has been exposed in the attack have been targeted with emails directing them to a third-party website. Victims of the security incident are at an immediate risk of fraud and theft and will need to be vigilant for any contact that they now may receive.
As a leading firm of data breach lawyers, we are used to representing clients for these kinds of cases. The standard tricks that criminals use to steal money and further information can work, and people need to be careful.
Victims of hotel data breaches can be entitled to claim compensation. We can offer No Win, No Fee representation for eligible clients as a leading firm of data breach lawyers.
There are several ways in which criminals could exploit data exposed from a hotel. This can have a significant impact on the victims, and it is important for people to know their rights.
Here is some guidance about how we may be able to help you.
We continue to represent a large number of victims of the Watford Community Housing data breach who are claiming compensation with our expert team on a No Win, No Fee basis.
As a leading firm of data breach compensation lawyers, we were quickly contacted by concerned victims when news of the breach was first revealed. Following our successful outreach campaign, we are now acting for a group of victims pursuing claims for compensation.
If you have yet to start your compensation claim for the information leak, here is the latest about the action we have launched and what people are claiming for. We always recommend that victims of a data breach start a legal case as soon as possible, so make sure to speak to our team for free, no-obligation advice as soon as you can as well.
Coronavirus contact tracing data breaches and general security issues are at the forefront of our minds right now. As a leading firm of data breach lawyers, we are concerned.
There are still a lot of questions over the use of the system that has already faced a great deal of controversy so far. As the UK tries to reduce the risk of coronavirus, how does contact tracing work and is my data safe? Is there any reason to be particularly concerned about how information will be used and stored with the system? Given how personal and sensitive medical data is, how real are the risks?
Unfortunately, recent media reports suggest that information misuse is already an issue. Given how common medical data breach compensation claims are, we are not surprised.
Healthcare data breaches caused by human error can be common. As a victim of an event like this, where do you stand? Can you claim compensation, and who do you claim from?
As a leading firm of data breach and consumer action lawyers, let us give you an insight in this article.
Medical data breach claims are one of the most common types that we take forward for people, and this applies to many of the thousands of people that we represent. We can offer No Win, No Fee representation for suitable cases, and there is a path to justice even where a data breach is caused by the fault of a person.
As the rise of technology continues to be a part of our everyday lives, it’s important to address the rights that people have to claim for a government data leak when information is misused or exposed.
No one is above the law, and the government and its employees must uphold important data protection legislation in the UK. Where they fail to do so, they can be held to account like anyone else can, and we may be able to offer No Win, No Fee representation for a legal case or action.
Here’s some brief information about how we can help. To speak to the team for free, no-obligation advice, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Victims of a data breach that involves police computer misuse can be entitled to claim data breach compensation, and we may be able to offer No Win, No Fee representation.
No one is above the law, and you have rights. With our expertise and specialism in the niche and complex area of law, you don’t need to worry about going up against the authorities for a legal case. We may be able to represent you and we will fight for your rights to justice if your privacy has been abused.
As a leading firm of data breach specialists, we are your voice for justice. Here’s how we may be able to help you.
Deleting information can be done by request or in-line with how data processors will store and use information. But what about intentionally erasing information that shouldn’t have been erased?
Although we’d like to think that this kind of thing wouldn’t happen, it does. Sometimes, organisations or the people working for them may opt to try and avoid the fallout of a problem by erasing information; i.e. ‘getting rid of the evidence’. This is wrong, and victims should know their rights when something like this happens.
As a leading firm of consumer action and data breach compensation lawyers, we represent victims for this kind of case. Here’s how we may be able to help you.
We already believed that the risk of further public sector and government data breach incidents was significant, but a recent review has drawn similar conclusions.
Many of the thousands of clients that we represent have had information exposed or misused by a public sector body. In the wake of the recent New Year’s Honours data breach that we’re pursuing damages for, a review has concluded that the risk of further breaches is “significant”.
This doesn’t come as a surprise to us, and we can explain why. Many are labelled as just “human error” incidents, but there can be so much more to it than that.