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ITS Warns of Increase in Reported Phishing E-Mails


Information Technology Services is aware of an increase in fraudulent e-mails making it through Penn College’s spam filter. These e-mails ask for credit card numbers, network usernames and passwords, birthdates, and other personal information that enable individuals to gain access to financial accounts, Web sites, files, etc. Employees and students are reminded that the college will never ask for sensitive information in an e-mail. If you receive an e-mail that requests such information, please forward it to the Help Desk . If you have any questions or concerns, please contactthe ITSSecurity Committee at ext. 4989 or by e-mail .

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