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Important security notices are being issued to those who may potentially be affected by the Arden University data breach and we are taking No Win, No Fee legal action now.
We have already agreed to take forward a number of cases for individuals who have contacted us and we have agreed to work on a No Win, No Fee basis as we believe that victims affected by this incident could be entitled to claim compensation.
The GDPR can entitle victims of a data breach to claim compensation for any distress caused by the loss of control of their personal information. You can speak to our team here now for free, no-obligation legal advice.
According to information that we have received from the clients we now represent on a No Win, No Fee basis, the Arden University data breach was discovered on the 9th of August 2022. It is understood that the university became aware of the possibility that someone using a student account had managed to obtain the historical and current student records for some 44,000 individuals.
The information that may potentially be affected that is listed in the important security notice being sent out to the university students lists the following:
The GDPR entitles us to specific control over who knows what about us. As such, we have the right to consent or not consent to certain information about us being known to other people. Some information is incredibly personal and sensitive and is often referred to as “special category” data and the latter three in the list above can be classed as this kind of information. What this means is that the impact on anybody where this kind of information has potentially been exposed could be substantial.
Arden University has confirmed that it does not believe that any financial information has been affected by the data breach and that this is not a case of the systems or servers being compromised. Notifications state that this information release was caused by a human error incident.
We have been taking forward compensation claims for those who have approached us for help having been affected by the Arden University data breach since Friday when important security notices were sent out to individuals potentially affected. Having assessed the situation, we have agreed to take legal action forward for those who we represent on a No Win, No Fee basis. What this means is that we can write off our legal fees if the legal case does not succeed, subject to the agreed terms and conditions that are in place.
We have been working on No Win, No Fee basis for thousands of data breach compensation claimants for almost a decade. We honour our promises and we put them in black and white as part of the agreements that we have in place. This way of claiming can make sure that you do not have to worry about what happens in the event that the case may not succeed.
If you have received the important security notice in relation to the Arden University data breach, you could be entitled to claim compensation on a No Win, No Fee basis now.
You can speak to our team for free, no-obligation legal advice here now and we can take your case forward if you have been affected and you want us to do so.