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On 3 June 2024, NHS pathology provider Synnovis fell victim to a ransomware cyberattack.  Russian criminal group Qilin claims to have orchestrated the attack. This devastating breach compromised many of Synnovis’ IT systems, leading to the exposure of 400GB of sensitive personal data. The stolen data includes patient names, dates of birth, NHS numbers, and descriptions of blood tests. Results may also have been breached.
In a disturbing déjà vu moment, Ticketmaster is once again in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons. The company, which faced a major data breach in 2018, has been hit by another significant security lapse. Despite previous lessons, it seems Ticketmaster has not fortified its data security processes, putting millions of customers at risk.
Have you been affected by the recent NHS (Synnovis) data breach? If so, lawyers believe you are entitled to justice and compensation. This breach has caused significant disruptions, including the cancellation of over 3,000 consultations or operations, and has put sensitive patient information at risk.
According to reports, the data profiles of over four million people living in Great Britain and Germany was stolen in the 23andMe data breach and leaked on a notorious dark web forum. Hackers claim the breach involves some of the “wealthiest people living in the US and Western Europe”, including the British royal family. Affected 23andMed users are now risk of fraud, scams and ID theft.
Ticketmaster is back in the headlines due to a significant data breach that has left millions of customers across the globe vulnerable.
Nissan Renault is facing trial in the UK for emissions cheating. In October next year, the car manufacturer's case will be heard alongside Peugeot Citroën, Mercedes, and Ford.
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