UW System will be conducting monthly phishing simulation campaigns to educate the workforce and help employees successfully recognize phishing tactics and red flags in email. The campaigns are required by policy and the Board of Regents. This involves sending employees emails that they might see coming from a malicious actor and of a subject that is of interest to UW System employees or is relevant to events currently in the news. If you reply to the email, open an attachment, or click on any links or images within the email, you will be considered ‘phished’ for that campaign. If you are phished three or more times within a given calendar year, you will be enrolled in a short, supplemental phishing training that will need to be completed within 30 days of assignment. As always please forward any suspicious emails as attachments to firstname.lastname@example.org and thanks for everything you do to help UW-Green Bay to stay cyber secure!
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