Not so NISE emails
OFFICIALS from the National Initiative for Service Excellence (NISE) have urged members of the public not to open any unsolicited email they receive from them.
Chief Executive Officer Kim Tudor said a number of people have been receiving emails from the addresses firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.
She explained that these unsolicited emails are a result of “the email server of one of our external service providers being compromised”.
NISE has, therefore, urged persons not to open nor reply to these emails.
“NISE values its relationship with its clients, suppliers and partners and we understand that communicating via email is a privilege not to be taken lightly,” said Tudor.
“We contacted the company (whose database was spoofed) on Thursday and they advised us, that a solution has been put in place and this situation would have been resolved within 48 hours. We are monitoring this situation closely and will keep the public updated on further developments.”
NISE has apologized for any inconvenience or confusion these email messages may have caused. (PR)