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You could be in line for compensation worth thousands if you have been a victim of the Zoom data breach.

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Zoom Data Breach

Data breaches have been increasing both in terms of number and the amount of people affected. Many big companies have been affected resulting in some very large scale breaches and compensation pay outs.

What happened?

You could claim compensation worth thousands if your data was affected by the Zoom data breach that occurred in 2020.

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Claims on data breach incidents are happening every day.

500,000+

Number of records compromised

Up To

£2,000+

Typical claim value

April 2020

Date the breach occured

How was customer data breached at Zoom?

In April 2020 whilst already under a lot of scrutiny for their security issues, Zoom was targeted by a hack and around 500,000 user accounts appeared for sale on a dark web forum. The Zoom accounts were collected by credential stuffing, using username and password combinations that were obtained in past breaches of other companies. Cybersecurity company Cyble found at least 530,000 accounts on the dark web hacker forums and verified that they were legitimate. Each account contained:

  • Username
  • Password
  • Registered email address
  • Host key
  • Personal meeting URL

 

This gives the hacker access to not only the account but the contents of any meetings it might have either hosted or been a part of. Therefore, in terms of private or confidential being leaked the total number of affected parties is probably significantly higher than the number of accounts for sale. When going through the list of available accounts Cyble found that a number of them belonged to universities around the world.

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Can I make a Zoom data breach claim?

If you are one of the users whose information was sold on the dark web you may be entitled to make a Zoom data breach claim. We can put you in touch with expert data breach solicitors who can investigate the breach and guide you through the process of making a claim should you have a case that is worth pursuing. Compensation can be payable for any distress caused by the Zoom privacy breach which could have left you open to the risk of fraudulent activity.

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Why use us?

Free Consultation

We offer a free data breach consultation to anyone who is looking to make a claim

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If your case or cases have no financial payout to you, you don’t pay a single penny

Data breach experts

We use dedicated data breach solicitors who have handled thousands of data breach claims

Frequently Asked Questions

Even before this Zoom data leak, they were facing a lot of problems with their security measures not being up to an adequate standard in protecting their users’ data. Users have the right to expect that any personal or financial data that they have shared with an online organisation, such as Zoom, is securely stored, and handled.

Bringing a data breach claim not only gets you access to compensation, but also holds a company or organisation to account for their actions. As a result, this will usually prompt them to take the necessary steps to boost their data security measures to ensure that such a breach cannot occur again.

If you think you may have a valid Zoom data breach claim then get in touch with us and we will put you in touch with data breach experts who will make enquiries regarding your claim and confirm whether or not you have a case to claim compensation. 

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