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Suspicion of fraud attempt

You suspect a fraud attempt of a third party trying to impersonate the Thales Brand.

There are several ways for counterfeiters to impersonate a brand: it can be achieved through domain typo-squatting or forged e-mail header.

These frauds can have several objectives (financial fraud, personal or professional data theft or get sensitive information) and take several forms (scams with only textual contents, phishing with malicious web links or attachments).

If you have received an email or browsed a website but are not sure they were actually managed by Thales, you can share them with our team of experts so they can analyse them.

Our experts can quickly confirm if the identified email or website are genuine Thales assets or if they are fraudulent.

Format : +country code and your phone number without the 0 in front.

You have the right to access your personal data and to request that your personal data be rectified or deleted.
You are also entitled to object to the processing of your personal data or to request restriction thereof.
In addition, you have the right to ask for receiving your personal data that you provided to THALES and which THALES processes by automated means, in a structured and standard format. In case of any such request or complaint, or should you want to reach our Data Protection Officer please use our Data Privacy contact form.