All posts tagged Phishing

WMU is being targeted by email-based scams. Learn the signs of a malicious email.
Posted by Gary Barton on September 6, 2019

No Fishing Sign

University students, faculty and staff are being targeted by criminals who are sending fraudulent emails, known as phishing, to engage in financial scams. These messages often appear to come from a legitimate source offering a job, promising reimbursement for purchases and asking for financial and other personal information.

Learn the signs of phishing: https://wmich.edu/phishing/signs


Be aware of phishing and email-based scams. Learn the signs of a malicious email.
Posted by Adam Newsted on September 18, 2019

No Fishing Sign

You may be targeted by criminals who are sending fraudulent emails to engage in phishing and scams. These messages often appear to come from a legitimate source offering a job, promising reimbursement for purchases or asking for financial and other personal information such as your Bronco NetID and password.

Learn the signs of phishing: https://wmich.edu/phishing/signs


Be aware of phishing and email-based scams. Learn the signs of a malicious email.
Posted by Tony Hendrix on October 23, 2019

No Fishing Sign
You may be targeted by criminals who are sending fraudulent emails to engage in phishing and scams. These messages often appear to come from a legitimate source offering a job, promising reimbursement for purchases or asking for financial and other personal information such as your Bronco NetID and password.

Learn the signs of phishing:https://wmich.edu/phishing/signs


National Cyber Security Awareness Month tip
Posted by Gary Barton on October 28, 2019

Test your phishing knowledge and take Google's phishing quiz at https://phishingquiz.withgoogle.com

Security Awareness Tip of the Day


Be aware of phishing and email-based scams. Learn the signs of a malicious email.
Posted by Tony Hendrix on November 25, 2019

No Fishing Sign
You may be targeted by criminals who are sending fraudulent emails to engage in phishing and scams. These messages often appear to come from a legitimate source offering a job, promising reimbursement for purchases or asking for financial and other personal information such as your Bronco NetID and password.

Learn the signs of phishing:https://wmich.edu/phishing/signs