Phishing Awareness Training

Introduction

Learn about Introduction to Phishing, an online training module about email phishing that is available to everyone at the University of Oregon.

This training is part of the UO's security awareness training program, the ongoing effort to educate the UO community about policies, procedures, and best practices relating to information security.

About the Training

The Introduction to Phishing training will help you identify potentially dangerous emails and teach you how to deal with them effectively. This brief, interactive module is recommended for all UO students, staff, and faculty.

Access the training through the link below. It will take you to UO's Proofpoint Security Awareness Training (PSAT) platform. Log in with your Duck ID when prompted. Then the training will start.

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Tue 1/17/23 3:10 PM
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Fri 7/14/23 9:31 AM

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