Ten-fold increase in security breach cases since GDPR, claim lawyers

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Last year, Fieldfisher handled about three new cases a month. Today, it's handling one new case every day

City law firm Fieldfisher claims that there has been a ten-fold increase in the level of cyber-security incidents that it is handling, with the number of significant new cases increasing from aroun...

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