Tag: Group Action
The Marriott data breach UK action for compensation may grow as revelations about unencrypted passport numbers being exposed hit the media.
We know there were some 500m records reportedly exposed in the huge Marriot data breach. As investigations into the breach continue, more information has come to light about the extent and the nature of the data that was exposed.
Some of the information potentially compromised in the breach could leave people at an imminent risk of fraudulent activity.
The No Win, No Fee Equifax data breach compensation action we launched in 2017 is still going strong, and we’re still accepting new cases.
If you’ve yet to sign-up for an Equifax data breach claim, have a read of our advice and get the case started as soon as you can.
In terms of where we are with the cases, we’re continuing to act for a large group of victims claiming for data breach compensation. The legal action is still ongoing, but with the action now being live since 2017, we’re urging anyone who has yet to join to do so ASAP.
Can you claim Dixons Carphone data breach compensation? You could join the action for justice we launched last year.
There’s no doubt that the company has been hit hard by the data breach. They reportedly posted a £440m loss for part of last year and have undergone some restructuring as well. But that aside, victim are entitled to claim for Dixons Carphone data breach compensation. Our legal action is separate to regularity fines issued by the Information Commissioner’s Office as well. The breach took place before GDPR came into force, so they wont be seeing a significant fine.
Our legal action is already well underway, but it’s not too late to join if you’ve yet to sign-up.
Posted by Matthew on January 02, 2019 in the following categories: Cybersecurity Data Group Action Hacking News Latest and tagged with compensation | cybersecurity | data breach | database security | Group Action
If you’ve yet to sign-up to claim Marriott data breach compensation, you can contact our team for help and advice today.
Some 500m people have been affected by the monumental Marriott data breach that was revealed at the end of 2018. Private and sensitive data has been exposed on a database Marriott’s Starwood reservation customers. The data appears to have been exposed since 2014.
Data compromised in the breach includes personal information, contact information and payment card data. This was yet another serious incident, and any victim who is eligible to claim Marriott data breach compensation can sign-up with us today.
Posted by Matthew on December 20, 2018 in the following categories: Claims Group Action Hacking News Mobile Data Security and tagged with apps | cyber attack | cyber crime | cybersecurity | data breach | Group Action | online security | personal data
iPhone app data breaches, leaks and hacks are on the rise as much as then use of apps continues to rise in everyday society.
Many people just assume that data on apps and phones is secure. Recent investigations and data breach incidents have told us a totally different story about the security of apps on phones.
People have a lot of reasons to worry. There have been a number of apps that have been comprised through poor security. Potentially millions of people are putting their private and sensitive data at risk every day.
Are you eligible to make a claim for Cathay Pacific data breach compensation? As expert data claims lawyers, we can help you.
The Cathay Pacific data breach is similar to the British Airways data breach action we’ve launched. It’s another case of a serious airliner breach, and it has affected millions of people around the world.
The Data Leak Lawyers are already representing victims claiming in over 20 different data breach actions. Our specialism and focus is on data breach class action cases. If you’ve been affected by the Cathay Pacific breach, we can help you.
We’ve been stating that the Equifax cyber breach was entirely preventable since we launched our legal action for compensation last year.
Equifax failed to patch a known security vulnerability. On top of that, their staff failed to identify the ongoing vulnerability. To make things worse, they didn’t even spot the data being lifted for months and months.
Although we’ve known this for a while, it’s good to see the same statements from external reports. Unsurprisingly, another report has highlighted this important fact. It’s a fact that means we’re confident in securing compensation in the legal action we’ve launched.
The Ticketmaster data breach UK legal action has been well underway for a number of months now. If you’ve yet to join and need more info, speak to us today.
As soon as the news of the Ticketmaster data breach hit the press, we launched our legal action for justice. We now act for a group of victims claiming for data breach compensation. We consider that the prospects of winning the legal action are good, which is why we’re offering No Win, No Fee representation.
The Ticketmaster data breach was an avoidable incident that has left a huge number of victims suffering. Our lawyers are fighting for justice right now.
Posted by Matthew on November 13, 2018 in the following categories: British Airways Data Breach Claims Group Action Latest and tagged with British Airways Data Breach | compensation | data breach | Group Action | Ticketmaster
The Data Leak Lawyers – representing victims in over 20 different data breach actions – are fighting for the rights of victims in both these breaches. The news that Lloyds is issuing replacement cards after the data breaches comes as no surprise. With victims of both data breach incidents at immediate risk of fraud, people need protection.
There’s so much more victims can do in terms of justice for both breaches. We launched our group actions for both the British Airways data breach and the Ticketmaster data breach as soon as news broke of the incidents.
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!