Claim compensation for Southern Water data breach   


Earlier this year, Southern Water revealed that some of its data had been breached. The security violation happened following an “illegal intrusion” into the company’s IT systems. In other words, a cyber-attack.  

A statement from Southern Water states that:  

Data belonging to 5-10% of customers has been stolen in the cyber-attack. However, Southern Water provides essential water services to 2.5 million customers and wastewater services to more than 4.7 million customers, so this has the potential to be a far-reaching data breach.

The following information is believed to have been accessed by cybercriminals:

Employee and past employee data may also have been compromised, including: 

This personal and financial information may have been stolen for sale on the dark web.

Our data protection lawyers are investigating this incident. If we believe poor security processes at Southern Water led to this data breach, we will launch a no-win, no-fee compensation claim.

Register below to receive updates on our investigation, and to find out if you can make a data breach compensation claim.

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