Eastern Michigan University
Phishing Education Program from Phishme.com
Beginning in July 2013, approximately 950 EMU staff members were enrolled in the PhishMe Spear Phishing Education program. Each staff member received the enrollment notification via EagleMail announcing the program. A new simulation and training exercise is delivered each month.
The table below shows the results of phishing simulations sent each month. Note the number of victims, highlighted in yellow, who entered their passwords. Also, be sure to click on the Email Simulation column to learn more about each simulation and how to avoid becoming a victim.
Opened Email /Clicked Link
Marked as Spam
The program is not designed to punish you, but rather to provide good advice on how to avoid becoming a victim in the future.
Each simulation, most of which were patterned after actual phishing emails received at EMU, entices you to click on a link or attachment which asks that you enter your NetID* and password.
If you fall victim to the phishing scam, you are redirected to an education page, which looks like the image shown here, where you are to view a one-minute video on phishing.
For more information about the Phishing Education Program, contact Rocky Jenkins at email@example.com.
*formerly my.emich username
Division of Information Technology
118 Pray Harrold
Ypsilanti, MI 48197