Press Room

IESE Press Room

IESE Pressroom

Welcome to the IESE Press Room. Below you can find information on upcoming events while on the right there is additional information on IESE including a guide to the Experts available for media interviews.

Statements

  • IESE Press Release 18/09/2018

    In response to reports in a number of media outlets today, IESE has released the following update with the information now available and measures being taken:

    • Initial indications are that the security breach originated in the IESE Publishing website, which is housed in an older server, and from there access was gained to different data bases. 
    • IESE’s IT Department has shut down the most critical systems and changed the most sensitive passwords.
    • Emails have been sent to alumni and clients regarding the scope of the attack.
    • As a security measure, IESE has deactivated the passwords of alumni and IESE Publishing clients. As of now, they will be asked to change their passwords when they next access IESE services.
    • IESE is working with the relevant authorities and with cybersecurity experts to help clarify the origen and consequences of this attack.
    • IESE apologizes for the incident and reiterates our concern. We are dedicating all possible resources to minimize its impact.
    •  IESE will continue to provide additional information regarding these attacks as it becomes available during the course of the investigation.


    For more information, contact:

    Ana Sesé, Director of Communications, Barcelona campus

    asese@iese.edu - 607214499

  • IESE Press Release 17/09/2018

    In response to reports in a number of media outlets today, IESE has released the following statement:

    • IESE’s web servers since late Sunday have suffered a number of cyber-attacks. There has been unauthorized access to client data.
    • The IESE Publishing website, which distributes IESE teaching materials, has been affected, as has the IESE Insight knowledge portal. Both sites are currently offline. 
    • IESE deeply regrets this incident, and is taking all possible measures to bring this incident to a close as soon as possible.
    • The school continues to analyze the scope of these attacks, and is preparing to report them to the appropriate authorities. 
    • IESE is aware of the importance of protecting the data of its clients, current and former students, employees and suppliers. It is working with cybersecurity experts and is in contact with alumni and clients of IESE Publishing.
    • IESE will provide additional information regarding these attacks as it becomes available.


    For more information, contact:

    Ana Sesé, Director of Communications, Barcelona campus

    asese@iese.edu - 607214499

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