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Jan 30 2011

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Don’t be fooled! IIBA Phishing Scam Alert

IIBA® International has recently been notified of parties targeting the business analysis community in a ‘phishing’ scheme. ‘Phishing’ is defined as “the criminally fraudulent process of attempting to acquire sensitive information (such as usernames, passwords, or other personal information) by masquerading as a trustworthy entity in an electronic communication.”

Please note that the IIBA MSP Chapter will NEVER request information regarding your user name or password to the IIBA International site.  The chapter will ask for your CBAP or CCBA number only for the purposes of :

– validating that you are properly certified as a CBAP or CCBA
– validating that you are a member of IIBA International and therefore able to join the local chapter

IIBA MSP Chapter privacy policy strictly forbids selling, trading, publishing, or sharing our member information with any party outside of the chapter for any reason.  We will not provide your membership information to sponsors or vendors.  The information provided by our members is always kept confidential.

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