Data Breach definition

Data Breach means a breach of security leading to the accidental or unlawful destruction, loss, alteration, unauthorised disclosure of, or access to, Personal Data transmitted, stored or otherwise Processed.
Data Breach means the unauthorized access by an unauthorized person that results in the use, disclosure or theft of Customer Data.

Examples of Data Breach in a sentence

  • In addition to the information provided to date, T-Mobile will provide Class Counsel additional confirmatory information related to its remediation of the issues directly relevant to the Data Breach.

  • The Parties exchanged extensive confidential information related to the Data Breach and the named plaintiffs in the Amended Complaint that allowed the Parties to assess the case and meaningfully engage in arm’s-length settlement negotiations.

  • All capitalized terms are defined in Section 2 below.class action lawsuits related to the Data Breach had been transferred for coordinated pretrial proceedings as part of In re: T-Mobile Customer Data Security Breach Litigation, No. 21-md-3019-BCW.

  • After the announcement of the Data Breach, multiple putative class action lawsuits were filed against T-Mobile, alleging that T-Mobile had failed to properly protect personal information in accordance with their duties, had inadequate data security, was unjustly enriched by the use of personal data of the impacted individuals, violated certain state consumer statutes and other laws, and improperly or inadequately notified potentially impacted individuals.

  • T-Mobile shall also provide the Settlement Administrator a list of those individuals who have either (1) filed or served a written arbitration demand or petition against T-Mobile relating to the Data Breach, or (2) provided written notice to T-Mobile of their intent to pursue arbitration against T-Mobile relating the Data Breach with a description of claims to the address provided in T-Mobile’s Terms and Conditions or to T-Mobile’s Counsel and are therefore not Settlement Class Members.


More Definitions of Data Breach

Data Breach means an unauthorized release of or unauthorized access to personally identifiable student data that is maintained by an education entity.
Data Breach means any actual or reasonably suspected unauthorized access to or acquisition of City Data;
Data Breach means the unauthorized access by a non-authorized person(s) which results in unauthorized acquisition of Public Data and compromises the security, confidentiality, or integrity of Public Data. It is within an Eligible User’s sole discretion to determine whether the unauthorized access is a Security Incident or a Data Breach.
Data Breach means any access, destruction, loss, theft, use, modification or disclosure of the JBE data by an unauthorized party. Contractor’s notification shall identify: (i) the nature of the Data Breach; (ii) the data accessed, used or disclosed;
Data Breach means any access, destruction, loss, theft, use, modification or disclosure of the JBE Data by an unauthorized party. Contractor’s notification shall identify: (i) the nature of the Data Breach; (ii) the data accessed, used or disclosed; (iii) who accessed, used, disclosed and/or received data (if known); (iv) what Contractor has done or will do to mitigate the Data Breach; and (v) corrective action Contractor has taken or will take to prevent future Data Breaches. Contractor shall promptly investigate the Data Breach and shall provide daily updates, or more frequently if required by the JBE, regarding findings and actions performed by Contractor until the Data Breach has been resolved to the JBE’s satisfaction, and Contractor has taken measures satisfactory to the JBE to prevent future Data Breaches. Contractor shall conduct an investigation of the Data Breach and shall share the report of the investigation with the JBE. The JBE and/or its authorized agents shall have the right to lead (if required by law) or participate in the investigation. Contractor shall cooperate fully with the JBE, its agents and law enforcement, including with respect to taking steps to mitigate any adverse impact or harm arising from the Data Breach. After any Data Breach, Contractor shall at its expense have an independent, industry-recognized, JBE-approved third party perform an information security audit. The audit results shall be shared with the JBE within seven (7) days of Contractor’s receipt of such results. Upon Contractor receiving the results of the audit, Contractor shall provide the JBE with written evidence of planned remediation within thirty (30) days and promptly modify its security measures in order to meet its obligations under this Agreement.