We have recently become aware of a phishing campaign that targets our customers, partners, and employees by sending fraudulent emails that appear to come from our management team or other staff members. Although the sender email is clearly not related to our company, still, these emails use the personal contact details of our people such as their names, role and signatures, to trick the recipients into believing that they are legitimate and urgent.
We urge you to be vigilant and cautious with replying, clicking, or even opening them.
Instead, please report them to us immediately by forwarding them to press[at]atc[dot]gr .
We apologize for any inconvenience or distress caused by this phishing campaign. We take the security and privacy of our customers, partners, and employees very seriously and we are working hard to prevent and stop these fraudulent activities. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding.
Warning signs of potentially fraudulent activity:
A phishing email is an email that tries to trick you into giving away your personal or financial information, or downloading a malicious file. Phishing emails can look very convincing, but there are some signs that can help you spot them.
Here are some of the basic signs of a phishing email:
- the sender’s email address does not match the name or the domain of the organization they claim to represent;
- the email contains spelling and grammar errors, or uses an unfamiliar tone or greeting;
- the email asks you to provide sensitive information, such as passwords, bank account details, or credit card numbers. Legitimate organizations will never request such information by email;
- the email might contain links or attachments that do not match the domain or the content of the email;
- the email tries to create a sense of urgency or fear, and asks you to act quickly without thinking.