LMU has seen an increased number of fraudulent emails designed to trick recipients into clicking links, opening attachments, or taking other actions. Read more here on how to identify phishing emails.
Today, as so many of us are working, connecting, or learning from home, we have to pay more attention to creating a strong cyber secure home environment. Here are four simple steps to do just that.
Student, keep yourself digitally secure by reading this Handshake article on how to spot common scams and red flags, tips for evaluating fraudulent job postings, and other legit resources.
As much of the world grapples with COVID-19 and how to handle it, cyber attackers are taking advantage of the widespread discussion of COVID-19 in emails and across the web. ITS wants to alert our community to remain vigilant for scams related to COVID-19. Click here to learn more.