This month we have seen an uptick in phishing attacks against our faculty and staff at school. Here is a copy of some suggestions for responding to and protecting against email phishing attacks which I shared this evening via email with our team.
General guidelines for responding to email phishing attacks are:
- If you are concerned that someone who has emailed you via a suspicious message is in genuine trouble or needs assistance, contact them directly through a phone call or text message if you have their cell number.
- Do NOT reply or send any gift cards / money in response to a phishing email.
- Do NOT click any links in a phishing…
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