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Cyber Security is our Shared Responsibility 

Security Tips

  1. Make your passwords long, complex, and difficult to guess.
  2. Check the privacy settings on social networking sites. Know who you're sharing your information with.
  3. Connect securely: Random wi-fi hotspots can steal your information. On campus, use SUNY Geneseo.
  4. Don't take the bait. Do not open attachments or click on links from untrusted sources. Never send personal information in an email.
  5. Configure mobile devices to lock the screen automatically after a brief period of inactivity. Use passcodes.
  6. Think your Google account has been affected by a phishing email? Run a google Security Checkup to review your Google settings.

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Phishing and Malicious Email

Think before you click – Quick steps

1. Recognize

Verify the sender is who you think it is.

How: In Gmail, hover without clicking the sender's name a the top of the email to view the real email address.

2. Rethink

If you can't verify the sender, do not click at all.

How: If the email refers to a known website, type that website address into a new browser window instead and check for information there.

3. Report

Suspect it's a phish? Send the alert.

How: Forward the suspect phish or malicious email to helpdesk@geneseo.edu.