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When multi-billion, global companies like Amazon and Facebook suffer data breaches, what guarantees any other corporation won’t be subject to it?
In an era where digital commands can hack through a company’s supposedly safe systems, no one is safe. So, you’ll want to know all your rights in case a corporate data breach happens, especially when it comes to making a data breach compensation claim.
A corporate data breach occurs when a company you use, or even work for, releases your data, intentionally or unintentionally. It can happen to clients of a corporation, with their data possibly being stolen or being shared in error.
Most of the time, a corporate data breach occurs through an unauthorised hacker, resulting in a violation of all the employees and clients’ sensitive data.
Cyber hackers can work their way through the corporate’s database to gain entry to the data. That data may include personal data such as credit card numbers, banking info, passwords, and National Insurance numbers. All of those are considered sensitive data, and can give clients and/or employees a chance to make a claim against the company.
These hacks are usually carried out to use the information for fraud or identity theft. So, needless to say, all parties will be negatively affected, and compensation is the very least that those affected deserve.
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Peter is a solicitor who has worked as a professional litigator for 3 years. More recently Peter has specialised in data breach compensation claims and over the last 2.5 years has gained a wealth of knowledge in this sector. Peter now works with us to share his knowledge and inform the general public.
The first step in making a data breach claim is assessing your loss. The organisation responsible will usually have notified you of the breach. In some instances they may have offered compensation for the incident, so you don’t have to make a claim.
In other cases, you may be better served by making a corporate data breach claim. Here at Data Breach Claims, we will refer you to the best claims expert to handle your case. That way, a claim can be made on your behalf with the aim to secure the maximum compensation for your loss.
Any data breach has to be reported to the ICO, the supervisory authority for data breach compliance in the UK. The ICO will investigate the cause of the breach, and in some instances, can fine the corporate organisation responsible for the breach, although any compensation is not drawn from the amount of the fine.
At Data Breach Claims, we can put you in touch with the best legal expertise for your case. We’ll help you claim against the corporation that leaked your data, and you’ll hopefully be compensated for it.
Data breaches can cause distress, financial loss, and sensitive data loss. Making a claim guarantees you earn your rightful compensation, and that’s what we’re here for.
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