Blackbaud National Trust Data Breach Claims
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In May this year Blackbaud, one of the world's largest providers of education administration, fundraising and financial management software reported a data breach affecting personal data. The National Trust said that data about its volunteering and fundraising communities had been involved.
It has been reported in the BBC that in some cases it involved donors details including:
- names, ages and addresses
- car licence details
- estimated wealth and identified assets
- total number and value of past donations to the organisation in question
- wider history of philanthropic and political gifts
- spouses' identity and past gift-giving
- likelihood to make a bequest triggered by their death
What law applies to this breach?
The law that protects your personal data is the Data Protection Act 2018.
You could potentially claim compensation from the University of York because they’ve failed to protect your personal data.
The data accessed by the hackers includes:
- Date of birth
- Contact details including email addresses
This is all very valuable information.
If you would like to join others in seeking compensation, please contact us or fill out the form below.
We’ll take on your claim on a No Win, No Fee agreement. You will receive 100% of the compensation. You won’t pay any legal fees upfront and you’ll only pay our legal costs if we get compensation for you.
Why Use Simpson Millar Solicitors to help?
- We’re a national law firm so we have the scale to deal with these claims efficiently
- We are a law firm regulated by the SRA, which gives you added reassurance and protection
- We have specialist Solicitors using their expertise to deal with data breach claims