IMF on the trail of Cyber-Security Breach

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  • IMF experienced a cyber-security incident that compromised 11 email accounts.
  • An investigation is ongoing to determine the extent of the breach.

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) recently detected a cyber incident on February 16, 2024, which compromised eleven IMF email accounts. The impacted email accounts have been re-secured, and there is no indication of further compromise at this time. The investigation into the incident is ongoing with the assistance of independent cybersecurity experts. The IMF takes cyber incidents seriously and has a robust cybersecurity program in place to respond effectively.

This incident highlights the importance of cybersecurity measures in safeguarding sensitive information and the need for organizations to be prepared to handle and respond to such incidents promptly.

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