A WORD OF CAUTION: AVOID SCAMMERS CLAIMING TO HAVE THE RSAC ATTENDEE LIST


Posted on by Michelle Adams-Dixon

Emails from scammers/fraudsters can seem legitimate so it's important to be vigilant and keep an eye out for anything suspicious. If you receive any communication purporting to be from RSA Conference (RSAC) or any of our partners or employees about which you are uncertain or suspicious, do not respond and particularly do not provide personal or confidential information.

We’ve seen a spike in companies that are soliciting RSAC exhibitors with lists that allegedly contain RSAC attendee information. RSAC does not sell attendee information to third-party data aggregators for commercial purposes. Any message making these claims is not affiliated with RSAC. Be on the lookout for any suspicious emails and don’t let these third-party solicitors deceive you.

If you have questions about a communication’s affiliation to RSAC, please send an email to information@rsaconference.com along with a screenshot of the communication. For more information about RSAC privacy practices, please review the RSAC Privacy Policy.


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