Pinsent Masons takes lead role on investigation into Dixons Carphone data breach

Firm brought in to investigate attempt to access financial information about Dixons Carphone customers

Pinsent Masons has taken a lead role on the investigation into last year’s data breach at Dixons Carphone, which attempted to “compromise” the payment cards of almost six million customers.

The law firm has been brought in to investigate the attempt to access financial information about Dixons Carphone customers from one of the processing systems of Currys PC World and Dixons Travel stores, which the company admitted to yesterday (13 June).

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