Suspicious Email Notification

We recently became aware that the below suspicious email was sent from what appeared to be one of our staff members.

The email contains the subject line “[Invitation To Edit: Executed Contract]”, which also prompts you to login to a OneDrive account.

A copy of the email is below:

What do you need to do?

If you have received the email, please disregard and delete it.

Please do not click on the hyperlink, enter your login details or download any attachments.

If you have already clicked on the hyperlink, entered your login details or downloaded any document, you should immediately change the password to your email account and any other accounts that share the same username (email address) and/or password.

If you receive any further suspicious emails, you are unsure of their authenticity, or have any other questions, please contact your IT support for further advice.

What are we doing?

Immediately upon becoming aware of the issue, we commenced an investigation with the assistance of specialist external IT experts and cyber security consultants, driven by our Cyber Insurer.

Our external IT advisors are in the process of investigating the incident, and appropriate action is being taken.

Please contact me if you have any questions about the above.

Kind regards

A P (Tony) McCormick
QBIP – Diploma Financial Services (Broking) – CIP
Managing Director

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