Question: What measures are being taken to ensure online security?
Please note that whilst we have implemented best practice security measures for this global online event, we still require your cooperation in this regard.
We are asking all sponsors, exhibitors, and attendees to remain vigilant when replying to any emails received. Please ensure you only reply to verified & known email addresses.
The most common security threat would be receipt of an email from a fraudulent account, commonly referred to as a Phishing Email.
Examples of characteristics of a Phishing email include:
- The email makes unrealistic threats or demands e.g.: reply now or your login will be cancelled
- There is a catch e.g.: you may be asked to send money for expenses or fees
- Poor spelling or grammar e.g.: replacing letters with numbers and symbols
- A mismatched URL e.g.: ensure any hyperlinked addresses match the embedded link
- You are asked for sensitive information e.g.: request for a password or credit card details
If you believe you have received a “Phishing” email or link, please follow this procedure:
- Do not click any link or reply to the email in question
- Take a screenshot of the email you have received
- Send an email with the screenshot attached to our security team via [email protected]
Beware of Scammers
Please beware of people offering to sell any of our event delegate lists, either for Mines and Money or IMARC. We would like to reassure you that we do not sell our data to third parties and that this is a scam. We urge you not to give out credit card details or other information to anyone contacting you offering to sell details of attendees to our events.
Pre-event please check IMARC Online for the most up to date security information.
Note the only active websites for this event are: