Phishing @ LSU

Phishing - /'fiSHiNG/ - Phishing is an attempt by malicious actors pretending to be a legitimate enterprise for the purpose of stealing private information, such as Username and Passwords, Social Security Numbers (SSN), Date of Birth, and Banking information. 

LSU IT Security and Policy Team reviews phishing messages received by LSU Community in order to implement preventive security measures for our Campus network.

Is it a phish?
Click the image below to learn about common indicators.

Anatomy Link

 

 

Would you like to report a suspect e-mail?
Follow the instructions in the link below to report it:

Report Phishing e-mails

The IT Security and Policy Team (ITSP) has implemented a phishing reporting tool called PhishMe Reporter. The application conveniently integrates directly with Outlook mail clients and Office365, providing LSU Faculty, Staff, and Students a quick and easy mechanism to report phishing e-mails.

For specific instructions on how to utilize PhishMe Reporter to report a phishing e-mail to LSU ITSP, please read the GROK article here.

If PhishMe Reporter is not an available option for you, please report phishing messages to LSU ITSP as outlined here.

 

NOTE:

  • LSU will NEVER request anyone to validate or share myLSU/PAWS/e-mail account and password through e-mail.

  • LSU will NEVER request anyone to verify their myLSU/ PAWS/e-mail account and password.

  • LSU will NEVER request any personally identifiable information, such as SSN, Date-of-Birth, etc. via e-mail. 

Recent Phishing e-mails