NFT Investments updates on recent cyber security incident
NFT Investments, an investment firm specialising in the market for non-fungible tokens (NFTs), today provided an update concerning a recent cyber security incident.
Following the attack, NFT Investments immediately engaged its legal team in the US and succeeded in obtaining a temporary restraining order in Delaware. As a result, the online wallet containing NFT Investments’ stolen assets is frozen, and the assets cannot be moved by the perpetrators.
There are a number of legal steps to be taken to allow the assets to be returned to NFT Investments and the company is working with its lawyers to accomplish this.
Earlier in January, NFT Investments confirmed it was managing a cyber security incident after discovering a fraudulent phishing attack from an unknown external source on 9 January 2023.
The attack resulted in the loss of USD 250,000 of the Company’s assets, which represents less than 1% of NFT’s current Net Asset Value. The Board has seen no evidence that the financial performance of the company has been impaired.