Consumer Alerts

Date Posted: December 20, 2021

Earlier this month, a critical vulnerability was identified in Apache Log4j that could be easily exploited by threat actors. Insight Global took immediate action to update our servers and we are no longer using a vulnerable version of the Log4j code. We investigated our internal systems and have determined that no data, services, or systems were compromised.

At this time, we are communicating with Insight Global partners and vendors to ensure that they are aware of this threat and have taken steps to patch this vulnerability.

For more information, please review announcements and guidance regarding “CVE-2021-44228”.

Date Posted: October 6, 2021

Insight Global has received multiple reports of a scam taking place from a domain that is attempting to impersonate Insight Global, “[email protected]” The users of such domain are taking advantage of the fact that most users will not recognize that Insight is misspelled, as a lower case “L” and a upper case “I” in most fonts are indistinguishable, especially within an email address. The domain is impersonating Insight Global recruiters requesting personal information and money from potential job seekers for training devices. These scammers are in no way associated with Insight Global. Insight Global does not request money from potential job seeks nor do we send emails via @insightglobal.us. While Insight Global has notified the applicable domain registrar of these activities, we recommend that anyone in receipt of such communication not respond and contact Insight Global directly via one of the methods described at https://insightglobal.com/contact.