Archive for January, 2019


“Instant Message From Thomas J. Regan” – Phishing Scam – January 23, 2019

January 23rd, 2019

Below is the most recent phishing email and website we have seen.  Similar to past emails, this scam attempts to trick users into entering personal account information (e.g. username/password). Users should not click any links in this email and should delete it right away. As a reminder, Loyola will never ask for your password or […]


“Undeliverable: Amazon Discount, 25% Off Lego Tape”- Phishing Scam – January 16, 2019

January 16th, 2019

Below is the most recent phishing email and website we have seen.  Similar to past emails, this scam attempts to trick users into entering personal account information (e.g. username/password). Users should not click any links in this email and should delete it right away. As a reminder, Loyola will never ask for your password or […]


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January 14th, 2019

Below is the most recent phishing email and website we have seen.  Similar to past emails, this scam attempts to trick users into entering personal account information (e.g. username/password). Users should not click any links in this email and should delete it right away. As a reminder, Loyola will never ask for your password or […]


It’s an All New OUCH! Newsletter, See What January is All About

January 9th, 2019

Folks, We are excited to announce January’s edition of the OUCH! newsletter – “Search Yourself Online”. We decided to kick 2019 off with a bang and try something different. Led by Guest Editor and cyber intelligence expert Nico Dekens, we walk you through how to search yourself online. Ever wonder just how much information is publicly […]


“Loyola or UofC says to not to contact it means they didn’t realize. Thus IL were obligate to clarify. Yvonne fights with the guy or excessively infers the word disrespect. ” – Phishing Scam – January 07, 2019

January 7th, 2019

Below is the most recent phishing email and website we have seen.  Similar to past emails, this scam attempts to trick users into entering personal account information (e.g. username/password). Users should not click any links in this email and should delete it right away. As a reminder, Loyola will never ask for your password or […]