Voyant users targeted in email phishing attack

Eight hour lag to inform advisers

A malicious email from Voyant could threaten the client information of thousands of UK advisers.

A malicious email from Voyant could threaten the client information of thousands of UK advisers.

Customers of cashflow software giant Voyant have been targeted by a malicious email that could threaten to expose private information of thousands of advisers and their clients.

An individual posing as the US-based tech provider, which is accessed by more than 6,000 UK advisers including some at St James's Place and major banks like Lloyds, emailed its clients on Monday (9 March)...

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