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You could be eligible to claim GDPR compensation for any misused or exposed pension data that has caused distress or financial loss to you.
Your Lawyers, as Leading Privacy Compensation Experts, may be able to represent you for a legal claim on a No Win, No Fee basis. This way of working means that we can write off our legal fees if the claim does not succeed as part of our commitment to access to justice.
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Cybercrime threatens all kinds of businesses and organisations, but there are certain forms of personal data records that can be particularly highly prized by cybercriminals. Financial services firms represent valuable targets for hackers, as the information they hold can be lucrative.
The cybercrime landscape has evolved in a way that seeks to take advantage of the increasing aggregation and digitisation of personal information by businesses. Many companies now keep huge stores of personal information relating to customers and stakeholders, as well as their own workforces. Unfortunately, some businesses do not have the strong cybersecurity and data protection policies to keep data safe and secure, which can lead to breaches of data protection law.
Even when a cyberattack occurs, it is not solely hackers that are to blame for an incident. If the company that was attacked did not have appropriate defences in place, they can be at fault for failing to protect information. If you have been affected by a data breach incident like this, you may be eligible to make a compensation claim.
The team here at Your Lawyers are pleased to have recovered over £12,000 in compensation for a client who suffered due to a leak of pensions information.
In this kind of incident, particularly personal and sensitive information can be misused or exposed. As such, it can be expected that the impact on a client can be significant.
This is why we are sometimes able to recover substantial sums in matters of this nature, as we were able to in this particular case.
You could be entitled to claim compensation on a No Win, No Fee basis for a financial services data breach if you have been affected by an incident of this nature.
Our team here at Your Lawyers, as leading privacy claims specialists, will fight for your right to justice and do all we can to recover the compensation you could be entitled to receive. The best place to start is to speak to our friendly team for a free, no-obligation chat by contacting us here now.
You could be entitled to claim compensation if your financial data has been compromised, even if you have not lost any money as a result of the incident.
The GDPR can entitle you to claim compensation for the distress that you have suffered from and we, as Leading Data Leak Lawyers, may be able to represent you for a case on a No Win, No Fee basis.
Our team is proud to provide free, no-obligation legal assessments for potential compensation cases – all you need to do is contact us here now.
Finance sector data breaches can cause considerable distress and can put victims at risk of fraud and theft. Anyone affected by a privacy incident like this could be entitled to claim compensation now.
If we consider that there is case to answer, we may be able to offer to represent you for legal case on a No Win, No Fee basis. This means that we can write off our legal fees if the claim does not succeed, subject to the agreed terms and conditions in place.
All you need to do is contact our specialist team here now for free, no-obligation advice to find out if you are eligible start a claim today.
Financial services data breaches are becoming bigger and bigger problems, with some research indicating that most exposed information came from financial services data breaches last year.
According to a report from the data protection company Bitglass, compiled from data by the Identity Theft Resource Center (ITRC) and the Ponemon Institute, although the financial services industry contributed to 62% of data exposed last year, it only accounted for 6.5% of data breaches in total. This suggests that, whilst they only contribute to a small percentage of reported data breaches overall, an enormous amount of data is exposed in these breaches.
Your Lawyers (T/a The Data Leak Lawyers) is a leading firm of data breach compensation experts, and this research does not come as a surprise to us. We have pioneered data breach action since 2014 and we are passionate about fighting for justice for the victims of data breaches. We are here to help anyone that has suffered because of their sensitive information being misused or exposed in a data breach, and we offer free, no-obligation advice to victims.
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