Phishing Prevention Training Update
We conduct regular phishing simulations as a part of our phishing prevention training. Linked below are the stats for the most recent campaigns. While the numbers are moving in the right direction, we want to see many more users reporting suspected phishing, not simply deleting them. You never know when showing up on the list of having reported a phishing campaign might result in a prize showing up on your desk.
Only the Emails You Want
Or at least more of the ones you want, and fewer of the ones you don't. With ever changing algorithms to determine if email is spam/junk/phishing, you may find that some emails you expect to see in your inbox are getting flagged as junk, and some that are junk may even make it to your inbox. You can help the algorithm learn which emails are important and which are clutter by following the steps in the documents linked below.
- Managing Junk Mail - Check your junk mail folder regularly, to make sure you aren't missing important emails
- View and Manage Focused Inbox - Focused Inbox may be hiding important emails
- Report Suspected Phishing Emails - When in doubt, report
Email Best Practices
- Make use of Bcc (blind carbon copy)
- Have an email signature (Outlook & Webmail)
- Did we mention reporting all suspected phishing emails?