Suspicious Email or Possible Phishing Attack

What is a phishing email?

Examples of phishing emails are:

  • A request for information from an unknown source
  • An email with a link requesting you to put in your username or password
  • An email requesting a wire of money from someone you weren’t expecting

Getting Started

Current faculty, staff and students can report emails for review by either:

1) Forwarding or attaching  the suspicious email to

2) Self-report it through Outlook.


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