Prevent Phishing Scams
Phishing attempts often look like an urgent message that tells you to click a link or open an attachment. For example:
- You will lose access to your account.
- You must confirm personal information or pay an invoice.
- You are eligible for a coupon or gift card.
View a real world phishing example.
Never Reply to Suspicious Messages
Use the Report Message button in Outlook if you think you have received a phishing email.
To verify a message appearing to come from a trusted source, open your web browser and go directly to the company or department website for their correct contact information.
What to Do if You Are Phished
How the University Protects You
The IT Services security team manages several services that help prevent phishing scams from spreading across campus.