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Fake Job Scam Emails

August 25, 2022

We have recently seen a surge in fake job scam emails as attackers know that the semester is starting for universities across the world. The recent scam emails are centered around offering part-time work, often using keywords such as UNCICEF, … Continued

There’s a new way to report phishing!

September 21, 2021

Starting this fall, you may see a new functionality in Outlook that will allow you to report phishing and junk with a quick and simple click of a button. This functionality will exist in the web, desktop and mobile versions … Continued

Oversharing Online

March 5, 2021

Oversharing online while working from brings unique risks.¬† As folks share desktops for screen shares on calls while presenting at conferences, or even post pictures on social media of their home office, what might a scammer do with this information? … Continued

Emerging Scam: COVID-19 Vaccine Phishing

December 16, 2020

Similar to the COVID themed phishing messages seen earlier this year (you can read about those here), reports are emerging that similar messages are being received with a newer theme of “COVID Vaccines”. Exploiting fears that shortages may occur, known … Continued

Impersonation Email Scams

November 10, 2020

Spoofing / Impersonation¬† Email spoofing and impersonation are techniques where a scammer creates an email message with a forged sender address in hopes of deceiving the recipient into thinking the email originated from someone they know or recognize. Scammers will … Continued

LastPass Now Available to Campus @ No Cost

August 11, 2020

ITS has made the LastPass Premium password manager available to students, faculty and staff for personal use at no cost. As you may recall, we announced last fall at SecurityCon that we would pursue an offering through Internet2 to provide … Continued

Coronavirus “Safety Measures” Scam

February 5, 2020

There are reports of e-mails purporting to be from the World Health Organization (WHO) that are actually phishing messages that prey on people’s fears of the current coronavirus outbreak. Please maintain vigilance during this time of heightened sensitivity to news … Continued