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travel industry cyberattacks
December 18, 2023

Data Breach Compensation – Travel Industry Cyberattacks

In this article, we will explore the impact of travel industry cyberattacks and outline the steps victims can take to claim the compensation they rightfully deserve.

In an era dominated by digital connectivity, the travel industry has become a prime target for cybercriminals seeking to exploit vulnerabilities and gain unauthorised access to sensitive customer data. Recent years have seen a surge in cyberattacks within this sector, leaving both companies and their customers vulnerable to the repercussions of data breaches.

With a look at the 2020 data breach at easyJet as one example, we can demonstrate how The Data Leak Lawyers can assist in securing financial redress for victims of such incidents.

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transport sector cyberattacks
May 16, 2023

Transport sector cyberattacks – risks and compensation claims

The risks of transport sector cyberattacks taking place can be substantial. Victims could be eligible to pursue data breach compensation for any misuse or exposure of private information.

Your Lawyers, as leading data breach compensation experts, may be able to represent you for a legal case on a No Win, No Fee basis. The best place to start is to contact our team for free, no-obligation legal advice here now.

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British Airways data breach claims
March 15, 2021

SITA data breach affects airline passengers across the globe

Another travel industry data breach has recently hit the headlines, with the popular airline IT provider SITA suffering a monumental cyberattack. The SITA data breach is thought to have exposed information belonging to hundreds of thousands of passengers.

Among the affected airlines are those owned by Star Alliance, the world’s largest airline group, and British Airways is also affected. Some of the thousands of clients that we represent for the 2018 BA data breaches have already come forward for our assistance.

The travel industry has been plagued by data breaches, with companies such as Marriott and easyJet falling prey to significant hacks in recent years. The wealth of information that is held by airlines and travel companies makes them prime targets for cybercriminals, and the effects can be devastating for those affected.

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October 01, 2018

British Airways cyber breach was not the first of its kind

The British Airways cyber breach was not the first of its kind in the travel sector, nor was it the first breach British Airways have suffered themselves.

The travel sector is a popular target for criminals to hit as there’s a wealth of information that can be stolen; and money to steal as well. This fact alone ought to have been enough of a warning for British Airways to take more care of their customers’ information, yet they were still hacked (again).

We’ve launched a legal action for victims who want to claim compensation as a result of the British Airways cyber breach. you can find out more information about the legal case here.

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