Definition of phishing: the practice of tricking Internet users (as through the use of deceptive email messages or websites) into revealing personal or confidential information which can then be used illicitly.
What to Do?
Never give out personal or sensitive information based on an email request.
Don’t trust links or attachments in unsolicited emails.
Hover over the link in the email to verify it is from the trusted source.
Type in website addresses rather than using links from unsolicited emails.
NEED A CALCULATOR?
Next to the Microsoft “Start” Button on your task bar, type your calculation and see what happens!!
(If the “Type here to search” box is missing, just tap the Microsoft “Start” Button to make it appear)
DO YOU WONDER IF YOUR PASSWORDS ARE SECURE?
Characteristics of strong passwords
At least 8 characters—the more characters, the better
A mixture of both uppercase and lowercase letters
A mixture of letters and numbers
Inclusion of at least one special character, e.g., ! @ # ? ] Note:do not use < or > in your password, as both can cause problems in Web browsers