The phishing awareness program periodically sends an email to each participant that resembles a phishing message. It’s designed to create a safe, educational environment for a recipient to practice phishing email identification with no penalty to them, or their department, if a link is clicked. Individual results will never be reported.
- Trains participants to recognize, report, and avoid phishing attacks, which helps protect them and their department from cyber threats.
- Helps the Information Security Office (ISO) collect better metrics and information about the ever-changing landscape of email-based attacks in order to better protect the Stanford community from these threats.
Stanford University faculty and staff
An active @stanford.edu email address.
Free of charge
Beginning in June of 2018 all Stanford faculty and staff will automatically be enrolled in this service.
For assistance, please submit a Help ticket.
- Phishing Awareness at Stanford Expands
- Announcement of UIT phishing awareness service
- Redirect page for known phishing links
- Anatomy of a phishing email
- Examples of phishing messages
- How to report a phishing attempt
- Click Rates by Department (Restricted)
A variety of training courses offer you opportunities to learn more.