Important notice regarding the GDPR regulation
Dear Customer / Dear Supplier,
We must inform you that the Meccanotecnica Umbra Group has suffered a cyber-attack in recent days which has resulted in the possibility for people outside our organization to infiltrate our systems. The incident occurred despite all the security measures put in place following our risk analysis.
Our cybersecurity team, also supported by external experts, has successfully completed internal investigations. Through forensic analysis, we were able to trace the attack method of the authors, thus optimizing the security of our systems. However, it is not technically possible to accurately ascertain the extent and type of data subject to exfiltration, so we must consider it possible that even your identification data and bank details are in the possession of those who launched the attack.
The personal references of your employees or consultants who have had the opportunity to do business with us may also have been exfiltrated from our systems. Due to the nature of the personal data being processed (company names and bank references, identification data of partners / employees / consultants of the client / supplier of MeccanotecnicaUmbra), we do not believe there can be a high risk for the rights and freedoms of the people who may be interested, however, we ask you to disseminate this communication to all your employees and consultants interested in relations with our Group, so that all related accounts are kept under strict control, disclosing to us any suspicious activity that may arise.
Any communications of this type may be forwarded to the e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org
For any further clarification, for which we remain at your complete disposal, you can contact the Data Protection Officer of Meccanotecnica Umbra S.p.A., at the address email@example.com
Meccanotecnica Umbra S.p.A