A phishing website or message tries to trick you into revealing personal information by appearing to be from a legitimate source, such as a bank, social network, or Geneseo. If you receive a suspicious message, do not provide the information requested. Learn more
1) Check if Phishing alert is posted to CIT's Twitter Feed. If there is a recent #phishing warning, CIT is informed.
2) If there is not a recent warning on the Twitter Feed, forward the malicious e-mail to email@example.com.
3) To report phishing in Gmail, click the drop-down arrow next to “Reply” and select “Report phishing.”
Most importantly, never reply to suspicious emails, tweets, or posts with your personal or financial information. Also, don’t fill out forms or sign-in screens that link from these messages.