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Phishing

Olivet has partnered with the company:

Know Be Four

 KnowBe4 provides resources for training how to identify and avoid Phishing emails.

Phish-Fridays

There has been a surge in email phishing attacks by hackers exploiting the COVID-19 pandemic.  To help keep users vigilant Olivet, partnering with KnowBe4, has implemented Phish-Fridays.  Every Friday you may receive a simulated phishing email.  If you click on the link on the email you will access a short video (below) with excellent advice for avoiding Phishing emails.  The data shows that simulated phishing campaigns like this reduce organizations exposure to real attacks.  So, stay vigilant and keep Olivet safe.  

Coronavirus Phishing User Education from KnowBe4.


How Do I Report Phishing Messages? 

Use the Phish Alert button.
The Phish Alert button will report offending messages to our security team and the KnowBe4 system. 

Where is the Phish Alert Button?

The Phish Alert button is in different places depending on how you are reading your email. In general, you need to be using one of Microsoft's products: Outlook for Windows, iOS or Android or through email.olivet.edu. Below are a few pointers on where to find the Phish Alert button. 

 

Outlook for Windows:   
From an open message.

Method 1

From the inbox window.

Method 2

 

Outlook Web Access (the web version at email.olivet.edu) Outlook on the Web
Outlook app on iOS iOS
Outlook app on Android Android