New Cofense PhishMe Reporter button is built into your Outlook menu - easy!
New Cofense PhishMe Reporter button is built into your Outlook menu - easy!
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Report Phishing web page
Look for the fish icon in your Outlook
menu bar beginning May 1. 


Report Phishing in a Single Click!

Launches May 1
Phishing attacks never take a holiday. From tax scams and COVID-19 related phishing emails, we're seeing a spike in attempts on our campus accounts. We all count on each other to report suspicious activity as quickly as possible to reduce exposures - and we're soon launching a new way that's even easier! 

What's New

In addition to forwarding a suspicious message to us at abuse@csus.edu, we're adding a Cofense PhishMe Reporter button built right into your Outlook menu! Receive a suspicious message? Simply click the "fish," and a report is automatically generated to our IRT Information Security Team. Plus, not only is it easier to use, it provides useful campus analytics to support future prevention strategies.

One More Thing

The PhishMe Reporter button location and experience may vary depending upon what system/device you access Outlook. To help you get familiar, and learn how to use this new tool, here's a sneak peek.  

Can I still report to the Abuse mailbox?

Of course! But we're sure you'll agree one step is better than a few!

Questions?

Learn more on the Report Phishing web page, or connect with the IRT Service Desk Team virtually at servicedesk@csus.edu

Thank you in advance for staying vigilant and helping to keep the entire Hornet Family safe from online attacks! 

Your IRT Information Security Team
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