Advanced Event Systems has been targeted by a phishing campaign that has targeted the company’s corporate systems.
The attack comes after a report that the company was hacked and a new wave of malware attacks on the company that were attributed to an unknown group of attackers.
In a blog post Thursday, Advanced Event Services said it was working with the company to “develop a more robust mitigation strategy to prevent future attacks.”
The company also announced that it was suspending some services and that it would work with customers to restore access to some functionality, including email, social media, and file sharing.
A phishing email from Advanced Event Service: I am aware that some of you are affected by a recent attack by an unknown third party, who has attempted to steal your information and has threatened your security.
The attacks are not new.
They have been known to happen for some time.
Please contact your financial institution immediately and inform them that you do not want your information compromised and that you will not use this service.
We will work with you to mitigate the threat and provide a secure experience for you and your family.
Advanced Event Security said it had notified all affected customers of the attack and offered them the ability to request a free identity theft insurance plan for up to $200,000.
The company said it is taking “the necessary measures” to protect customers from the phishing scam.
The post, which also addressed the new phishing wave, said the company has been working with its security team to “protect customers from future attacks and prevent them from losing access to their data, including financial records, financial information, and personal information.”
Advanced Event Systems is one of several companies that have been hit by ransomware attacks.
The ransomware attack, which was believed to be carried out by a Chinese group, infected a number of the country’s banks and companies.