Examples of Phishing Attempts


This recent phishing attempt asks recipients to reply and include their account credentials. Please do not reply to such messages, and you can forward them to phishing@amherst.edu. We will never request your account credentials and we do not need them to provide support.  

Sent: Friday, September 30, 2016 7:30 AM
Subject: To All Faculty/Staff.

Network Registration (NetReg)

Every year for the fall semester the IT department requires that all devices (computers, smartphones, game consoles, tablets, etc.) that connect to the Amherst network register on the network. Any device not registered will be unable to access the Amherst network or the Internet. The exception is computers that connect to Ethernet ports behind the Amherst Firewall; these do not have to be registered.

Faculty Computer Committee: Call for Technology-Related Proposals

Submit A Proposal

Background

The use of technology in teaching and research is an increasingly important component of the academic environment. The intent of the Academic Technology Development Program is to allow faculty to enhance their teaching and research through collaboration with Information Technology on projects that require technological expertise or innovation.

Faculty Computer Committee: Call for Technology-Related Proposals

Submit A Proposal

Background

The use of technology in teaching and research is an increasingly important component of the academic environment and promises to continue to be in the future. The intent of the Academic Technology Development Program is to allow faculty the opportunity to enhance their teaching or research through collaboration with Information Technology on projects that require technological expertise or innovation.