Be Vigilant

With continuing changes in the way we work, we are particularly vulnerable to phishing attempts such as the ones below.

These usually involve links that send you to a fake login page in an attempt to obtain your password, and may have inconsistent and unexpected email addresses and names, sometimes with bad use of spelling and grammar.

Best Practice

  • Always double-check the URL for the website you are logging in to
  • Never rely on links in an email that send you to a log in page.

Respond to Incidents

If you suspect this happened to you, treat this as a security incident and report this to IT, as well as reset your password immediately.

Phishing Email:

Look out for unexpected or inconsistent email addresses and names

Fake Sign In Page:

Double-check the URL for the website you are logging in to

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