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EasyJet Latest Firm to Face UK Data Breach “Class Action”

June 8, 2020, Covington Alert

On 19 May 2020, easyJet announced that personal data of approximately 9 million customers worldwide had been unlawfully accessed by third parties in a “highly sophisticated cyber-attack”.

Data stolen by the cyber-attackers includes credit card details of 2,000 of the affected customers and, for most other customers, travel details such as departure and arrival dates/times, email addresses and other contact information requested by easyJet when making a booking.

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