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IT Security Alert: Real or Fake Emails? Email Scam ReminderPublished: Jan. 24, 2017
Would you open an e-card from someone you don't know?
Or give out your personal information to an email request because the email has our company logo?
Think you couldn't fall for a fake email scam?
Watch as NBC national investigative reporter Jeff Rossen puts his parents and his Today Show producers to a phishing test.
To watch the Today Show story, click here.
Remember: Don't open attachments or links if you don't know exactly who an email is from. Any doubt? Call to verify.
What's at risk? You could be opening the door to ransomware or giving up control of your computer system.
What You Need to Do (& NOT Do) with a Suspicious Email
DELETE THE EMAIL.
Do NOT open. Do NOT reply. Do NOT click on any links or attachments.
At work, do report that you received a suspicious email by calling the IT Service Desk at (402) 354-2280 or emailing email@example.com.