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Example-How to spot phishing
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Don't get reeled in by phony emails!
Information Technology Services is providing this central location of phishing emails that are received by the campus. We make every effort to prevent these types of scams from entering our email gateways and can often block them once they are reported to us.
- Start of school and tax season are PRIME TIMEs for phishing scams
- ITS will never ask you for your login or passwords or other personal information.
- Do not respond to "phishy" emails
- Do not open attachments without verifying first
- If you get caught by a phishing email please change you password immediately by visiting TrueYou.
RECEIVE A SUSPICIOUS EMAIL?
Report a Phish from Outlook desktop client:
Report a Phish from Outlook Mobile, when the email is open on your phone, select the ellipsis of the email, then select REPORT PHISH:
When you use the REPORT PHISH button in Outlook the email will be forwarded to the ITS Security team automatically.