EasyJet Data Breach Impacts 9 Million Customers

The impact of a data breach can be limitless.  The British airline group EasyJet has admitted to a massive data breach of the personal information of 9 million people.  EasyJet became aware of this breach in January, but they have yet to release details on when exactly the breach occurred.  Sensitive information, including credit card details (including cvv numbers), addresses, and birthdates, have been exposed.

Airlines, like all industries, have an obligation to keep sensitive information private and to be transparent when they fail to do so.  The attorneys at Finkelstein, Blankinship, Frei-Pearson & Garber, LLP are committed to ensuring that sensitive data, like the information exposed in the EasyJet data breach, remains confidential.  If you or someone you know might have been impacted by EasyJet’s failure to safeguard its customer’s sensitive information, please contact us immediately.  The attorneys at FBFG have recovered tens of millions of dollars for data breach victims and would love to hear your story.