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

January 15th, 2020

Folks, We are excited to announce January’s edition of the OUCH! Newsletter – “Digital Inheritance”. What happens to your digital presence when you or a loved one dies or becomes incapacitated? Should we create a digital inheritance plan? Learn the steps you can take to protect yourself and your family. Download and share OUCH! with […]


Personal Assistant P/T (Work Remotely) – Job post scam – November 14, 2019.

November 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 November is All About

November 7th, 2019

Folks, We are excited to announce November’s edition of OUCH! – “Shopping Online Securely”. The holidays is when many of us go online to find the best shopping deals and avoid crowded lines in stores. It can also be the time when cyber criminals are most active attempting to take advantage of people. Learn some […]


FW: ADVERTISE WHILE DRIVING YOUR CAR. – Job Post Scam – October 31, 2019

October 31st, 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 […]


“Earn Now” – Phishing Scam – July 24, 2019

July 24th, 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 […]


“Last Warning” – Phishing Scam – July 8, 2019

July 8th, 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 […]


“RE: I need your urgent help!” – Phishing Scam – June 24, 2019

June 24th, 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 […]


“Re” – Phishing Scam – June 19, 2019

June 19th, 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 […]


“Confirm Service Termination” – Phishing Scam – June 10, 2019

June 10th, 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 […]


“Wedding Inquiry” – Phishing Scam – May 22, 2019

June 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 […]