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Phishing Simulation for Faculty/Staff - November 2020

You have just fallen for a phishing scam...

Good news! This time it's NOT real. If it were real, you would have just given your login and password to a criminal.

This email was not sent out to embarrass you for falling for it, but to educate you.  We would rather this happen now and you come to the good guy's site, vs the bad guys.  Did something seem suspicious when you read the email?  If you ever have that something isn't right feeling, do not hesitate to report suspicious emails to [email protected].  We can verify if the site is legitimate or not for you.  This step keeps you and the University's data safe.

Review the graphic below for tips on how you could have identified this as phishing.  

For additional tips on identifying phishing, please visit our phishing webpage.

Click here to request phishing training for your group or department.

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