Frequently Asked Question

Phishing Email Awareness
Last Updated 4 years ago

Phishing emails will usually place the first and last name of someone in your organization on a bogus email address in an attempt to get information from you. When an email like this is received by google, it will flag the email as a potential phishing attempt and display a warning message at the top of the email when you receive it.

If you are not 100% sure this email is from who they say they are, your best course of action is to click the 'Report Phishing' button in the warning message and ignore the email. Do not open any attachments if the email has them as the attachments could potentially contain a virus.

Unfortunately, we cannot stop this kind of attack from occurring... Make sure you pay close attention to any warnings like this that pop up in emails you open. Below is an example of what this kind of warning looks like.


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