Subject: Computer Safety Alert: Rise in Spoofing Attacks

To our Valued Customers, Vendors, and Partners:

We have recently been made aware of fraudulent attempts to extract financial information, bank wires/transfer from our customers, vendors and other partners. The tactics used include requesting a bank transfer or asking customers to update new banking and remittance information. We are aware that some customers have received these requests from a ‘lnieschalk@uasc.com’ email address.

Please note that Universal Avionics has not changed any banking or remittance information. To provide greater security to our customers, UA has deleted email addresses from our mail system known to be used fraudulently.

If you receive an email suspected to be fraudulent, it is recommended to consult a cybersecurity expert to assess any issues that may arise from this interaction.

We are providing this information to help protect our customers, vendors, and partners during this era of increased cybersecurity threats and new cyber scam tactics. We encourage anyone who has received a suspicious email from a UA employee to call our Corporate Offices to verify the request.

Sincerely,

Doug Fish
Director of Corporate Information Technology
Universal Avionics, an Elbit Systems Company
Corporate Headquarters
3260 E Universal Way
Tucson, AZ 85756
+1 520 295 2300