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DocuSign Trust Center

Your source for our latest security, compliance, legal, privacy and system performance information
 

Transparency is essential

DocuSign’s first priority is to make your DocuSigning experience safe and secure—and to ensure you have the information you need to feel comfortable transacting business online. That’s why we created the Trust Center: to give you access to the latest DocuSign security, compliance, legal, privacy, and system performance information, when and where you need it.

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DocuSign meets and exceeds some of the most stringent US, EU, and global security standards. Our commitment to and significant ongoing investment toward protecting customer data extends to all of DocuSign’s operating environments.

Alerts and updates

May 13, 2020

Alert: New Phishing Campaigns Observed

DocuSign has observed several new phishing campaigns that spoof DocuSign and are COVID-themed. Details for each are below.

May 07, 2020

Alert: New Phishing Campaigns Observed

DocuSign has observed several new phishing campaigns that spoof DocuSign. Details for each are below. 1. The email sender appears as PEUT, Debra (depeut1) from dpeut1[@]eq.edu.au. The subject line is similar to "Internal Revenue Service (COVID-19 Stimulus Check)" The emails contain a link going to anbar.co/scdc/.  2. The email sender appears as DocuSign from dchernoff1[@]comcast.net. The subject line is similar to "Incoming Document Notification." The emails contain a link that takes you to cristianmponce.com/docsign.com-access-document/docusign/login.html. 

May 06, 2020

Alert: New Phishing Campaign Observed, April 14, 2020

DocuSign has observed a new phishing campaign that spoofs DocuSign with a fraudulent invoice notification, designed to harvest your Adobe Cloud credentials. The email appears to come from Mubanga, Chama though the body of the email uses the name Malyangu, Eric. It is using the domain '@plan-international.org.' The emails have the subject line similar to: "Outstanding Invoice."