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The easyJet cyberattack – victims can still claim compensation

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The easyJet cyberattack was revealed to the public in May last year, when the airline admitted that as many as nine million customers had been affected by the hack. Labelled “highly sophisticated” by easyJet, many victims were made vulnerable to cybercrime and security risks as a result of the incident.

A year may have passed since news of the breach hit the headlines, but easyJet still needs to be held accountable. If you were affected by the cyberattack, you can still sign up to stand up for your rights and claim the compensation you deserve.

With over six years of experience in data breach claims, we have the expertise to guide and support you through the process. Moreover, as specialists in group actions, we know that there is strength in numbers. By standing up to easyJet in a collective action, we could recover huge compensation pay-outs for our claimants. You can contact us today to start your No Win, No Fee claim.

The impact of the easyJet cyberattack

In May last year, it was announced that around nine million victims had been affected by the easyJet cyberattack. Although easyJet did not begin to notify customers of their involvement until April, continuing after the attack was publicised, they had identified that attack had been executed as early as January.

Most victims suffered an exposure of their travel details and email addresses, prompting easyJet to warn them of the risks of phishing scams, in which fraudsters use emails to trick victims into handing over money or private data. However, the most severe financial threat might have been for the victims who had their credit card and debit card information accessed, putting them at an immediate risk of theft and fraud.

Can I make a claim?

We know that the aftermath of a cyberattack or data breach can be an uncertain time for the victims, some of whom may not know what action to take or what their rights are. In fact, all victims of the easyJet cyberattack could be entitled to claim compensation under the GDPR.

By applying this data protection law, victims of the cyberattack could be eligible to make a claim, regardless of the type of information that was exposed. You may still have a case even if you weren’t affected by significant distress or financial loss, as your involvement in the breach alone could be a worthy cause for a claim.

Nevertheless, if you were affected by distress, a psychological injury, or financial loss, this could impact upon the potential value of your claim. We can carefully weigh up each claimant’s case to ensure they receive the maximum possible compensation amount.

Our No Win, No Fee representation

As specialist Group Action Lawyers, we are strong advocates of the rights of consumers, and we believe that everyone should be able to access the justice they deserve when their rights are breached.

It is for this reason that we are offering No Win, No Fee representation to victims of the easyJet cyberattack, meaning you will not have to pay any of our legal fees if your claim is unsuccessful, subject to the agreed terms and conditions in place.

We have been involved in a number of significant data breach group actions, with some of current actions including those against British Airways and Virgin Media. We know what it takes to stand up to powerful corporations, so make your claim today to ensure that easyJet is held accountable.

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First published by Author on May 18, 2021
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