follow @BinghamtonITS on Instagram/Twitter and visit the PHISH TANK.
- Use a password manager for security.
- Take advantage of your account passes, delete old accounts and update old passes: https://passwords.google.com.
- Use 2-Step.
- Beware of BIB (Browser in Browser) undetectable phishing scam.
- "GET WISE TO PHISHING." read blog...
- "BEWARE: There is a resurgence of student employment scams." read blog...
- "Binghamton University no stranger to phishing and other scams." Phishing and other forms of fraud have become rampant on U.S. college campuses in recent years, and Binghamton University is no stranger to these scams. read blog...
PLEASE REPORT ALL PHISHY EMAILS to SECURITY@BINGHAMTON.EDU and cc: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Any phishing problems or issues to report? Contact the Help Desk. The Phish Tank is the best place to find current scams to be aware of and is updated regularly. Also, review helpful tips about phishing and how to avoid becoming a victim.
ALL STUDENTS, FACULTY AND STAFF SHOULD REVIEW the ITS Phish Tank ON A REGULAR BASIS so they are familiar with the current Phishing Scams and do not get duped.
Phishing is a technique in which users are directed by an official-looking e-mail to provide personal information under false pretenses. The message may appear to come from a bank, police agency, or even a friend, coworker or other legitimate entity.
DON'T FALL FOR IT! If you get an email that sounds strange, or requests you to buy gift cards, etc... DO NOT FOLLOW THROUGH. Hover over links, double check sender's address... to make sure they appear legitimate. Before you click on anything, or respond, make sure the email is legitimate and/or contact the sender first.
INFORMATION SECURITY INFO, TIPS & TRICKS can be found below for you to be aware of and to review to keep your devices safe and secure:
REVIEW THESE PHISHING RELATED BLOGS:
- GET WISE TO PHISHING
- EASY TIPS FOR STAYING SECURE
- HOW AND WHY TO STAY SECURE
- HOW TO RECOGNIZE A JOB SCAM