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Wednesday, 3 Apr 2019 ( #917 ) - Vernon Hills, IL, United States
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Members of MHEDA are being warned to look out for a phishing email which could threaten their cybersecurity.

In an email to members, CEO Liz Richards explains that the email address of membership coordinator Joanne Piacenza has been compromised.

Anyone who gets an email from Piacenza with "a bill" attached should treat it with caution. "This email should not be opened. Do not reply to it or provide any of your personal login information," Richards warns. "If you have already done this, reset your password and contact your IT department."

Richards has apologised for any inconvenience.
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