Are you affected by the Capita pension cyber-attack?
Over half a million pension holders could be eligible to join a new Capita data breach legal claim
Capita, which provides outsourced pension administration services to over 450 pension providers across the UK, experienced a significant data breach that could affect over half a million pension holders, their beneficiaries, and some Capita employees.
You could be eligible to join this claim if you got an email or letter from a pension provider confirming you are affected.
Have you been affected by this data breach?
The criminal ransomware gang Black Basta attacked Capita in March 2023 when it hacked Capita’s Microsoft Office 365 software and stole data from its servers. Personal data – including names, dates of birth and National Insurance numbers – may have been stolen. Other highly sensitive data – including bank details – could also be affected.
Keller Postman UK is standing up for you
Capita provides pension administration services to over 450 pension providers in the UK. Several have confirmed they were affected by this breach, leaving half a million UK pension holders at risk. This could also affect pension holders’ beneficiaries.
Law firm Keller Postman UK has launched a group action against Capita to ensure affected pension holders and their beneficiaries are fairly compensated. Keller Postman UK is representing clients across 35 pension schemes and two leading unions. You may already have been contacted by your pension provider about joining this claim.
Consumer Voice is working with Keller Postman UK to help the team of lawyers raise awareness of this group action and connect affected pension holders and beneficiaries with the claim. There are other law firms who are looking to bring a case against Capita for this data breach. We don’t work with them directly but you can find out more about them in our news story.
What’s happening with this claim?
Keller Postman UK has launched a group action against Capita following the March 2023 data breach. It is acting for affected pension holders and their beneficiaries to ensure they are compensated fairly. It is representing clients across 35 pension schemes and two leading unions. Join this claim if you were told your data may have been breached.
Join this claim
Are you eligible?
Join this claim if you received notification by email or letter that you are affected by the Capita data breach and you want to join the Keller Postman UK group action.
If you haven’t been notified of a data breach then at this time you don’t appear to be affected. However, you can sign up to Consumer Voice to receive email news and updates on this claim and other group claims you may be eligible to join.
What am I signing up for?
Please complete the form below if you have been affected by the Capita data breach claim. We will then connect you with Keller Postman UK, the legal firm behind this claim. We will keep you updated as the claim progresses if you give us permission to stay in touch.
Who is Keller Postman?
Keller Postman UK is an experienced group action law firm, specialising in consumer representation. It is in The Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners top tier of law firms working in group litigation in London.
They work on a no-win-no-fee basis. This means you will not have to pay any costs for joining this action even if the claim is lost. If won, the firm will either take a cut of your compensation payment or look to recover its fees and associated costs from the defendants directly. The most you will have to pay is 25% of the compensation awarded including VAT.
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