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Further update on spam email

Tuesday, 06 December 2016


We are continuing to investigate a security breach that resulted in many of our email subscribers receiving a message purporting to be from the Scottish FA.

 

We can confirm that the third-party involved is a subscription-based email provider and we are working closely with the provider to establish the cause of the breach.

 

Anyone in receipt of the email should delete it immediately and we recommend that anyone who may have opened it run a virus scan of their computer.

 

The Scottish FA takes the security of data very seriously and we have conducted a review of all internal protocols and security measures.

 

We would like to offer assurances that no bank or credit details have been shared.

 

The Scottish FA would once again like to apologise to anyone affected.

 


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