Reporting Phishing & Junk Emails
Updated on Sep 24, 2021
Phishing emails are a type of online scam where criminals impersonate legitimate organizations via email to try to steal your sensitive information. As part of the ongoing effort to protect students, faculty, and staff against phishing emails and other cyber attacks, BYU-Idaho has partnered with the Church Educational System Security Operations Center (CESSOC). The CESSOC has a breadth of experience mitigating cyber threats and currently protects several other Church-sponsored institutions.
This article explains the procedure for reporting potential phishing emails to the CESSOC. It is important that the suspect phishing email is attached as an email file instead of forwarded.
Not sure if you've been phished? Check out the article Detecting Phishing.