Don’t take the bait!
The new module covers a variety of threats — from spam, to phishing, to targeted spear phishing campaigns — that Concordians may encounter in their email inboxes.
The 20-minute course provides key information to help identify warning signs and characteristics of suspicious email. It aims to help users assess the validity of incoming communications.
In addition to the training, faculty and staff will have an opportunity to evaluate their knowledge outside the course. In the coming months, the university will undertake randomized tests to gauge the strength of the course and find out where more guidance is needed.
All Concordia faculty and staff are encouraged to take the time to complete the training course, to help protect their personal information as well as university data.
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