Notice: Cybersecurity Additional Training
You are receiving this email as you recently clicked on a link or entered your credentials (username and password) in a Technology Services simulated phishing campaign. As a result, you have been automatically enrolled in an additional training campaign. The campaign has one training module entitled 2019 Social Engineering Red Flags. You will receive email reminders until you have completed the assigned training modules.
Access to KnowBe4 training portal:
- directly from KnowBe4 https://training.knowbe4.com/login or
- via the Technology Services Cybersecurity Awareness site (https://ts.acadiau.ca).
What to expect:
- Training campaign emails. You will receive regular reminder emails until you have completed all the items in the training campaigns in which you are enrolled.
- Scam of the Week emails. This weekly email will keep you informed of the newest phishing and social engineering scams.
- Monthly Security Hints & Tips emails. This monthly email will reinforce basic security hints, tips, and tricks.
- Phishing. Technology Services will send simulated phishing emails, increasing in difficulty. These provide a measure of our vulnerabilities and areas on which to focus our training.
- Use the Phish Alert Button to report Phishing emails. For information on how to use Phish-Alert: https://hub.acadiau.ca/TDClient/KB/ArticleDet?ID=652
- Clicked a link or have an infected device? Report to the Service Desk immediately.
Technology Services is working to strengthen our security landscape. But it cannot be done without your help. Thank you for your cooperation.
Acadia Technology Services
Don't Get Hooked (Phishing that is!)
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If your message is not listed there, do not respond to it before verifying with ATS staff that it is a legitimate email.
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