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recent message you opened was part of a Phishing awareness test being run by
your Organization. You will be contacted shortly by your Administrators for
some follow up training on security best practices. In the meantime
some high-level information is presented below to help you remain safe.
Why are we talking about Phishing?
Phishing happens to everybody. It's a huge problem, and it’s
getting bigger. In fact, a 2016 study reports that 91% of
cyberattacks and the resulting data breach begin with a phishing email. These
attacks are becoming more frequent and sophisticated. So much so that
one online article states that 97% of people world-wide could not
identify a sophisticated phishing attack. And, it's not just your work accounts
at risk. These phishers will hack things like your banking, utilities,
insurance information and even Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts.
to tell if an email is legitimate:
Hover over links to uncover the
Always check a URL before you click on the link—sometimes bad links are
embedded into an email as a way to trick the reader.
for poor grammar and spelling errors.
Companies rarely send out messages without proofreading content, so multiple
spelling and grammar mistakes can signal a scam message.
for company contact information and brand accuracy.
Most companies will have a brand identity that is recognizable in their
emails. Look for logos, blurs, brand colors and contact information in the