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The University of Cincinnati's Office of Information Security is seeing an increase in email phishing for spring of 2019. Know how to identify a phishing attempt to protect your identity, your finances and yourself.
Cyber criminals constantly search for access to your personal information. They cast their nets wide – more than 100 million malicious emails find their way into inboxes each day.
Their target: your username, password and personal information.
Take caution and follow these five tips from the Office of Information Security:
If you receive an email or a telephone call asking you to purchase gift cards, deposit a check or give up personal information, be skeptical. Verify the request with the individual directly, call the company using a reputable phone number or forward the email to the Office of Information Security firstname.lastname@example.org (mailto:email@example.com).