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ISBA Update: Be Wary of Spoofed Emails

In light of the fact that email spoofers have been targeting bar associations across the country, the ISBA is warning members to be vigilant in checking the email addresses of the people sending them messages.

Email spoofing is the creation of email messages with a forged sender address. For this reason, emails may appear to be from someone within the ISBA, but will not have their correct email address in the "From" field.

These messages are originating from sources outside of the ISBA, and none of the ISBA's internal systems have been compromised.

What You Should Do:

Please do not reply to any fraudulent emails, click on any links within the emails, or download any attachments. The ISBA is aware of this issue and will continue to provide uninterrupted services to our members.

If you have any questions, please contact the ISBA's Member Services Department at memberservices@isba.org or 217-525-1760 or 800-252-8908.

Posted on March 21, 2019 by Rhys Saunders
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