Campaign to create awareness of phishing email attacks

Phishing is a form of identity theft that tries to trick people into revealing personal, sensitive, or financial information online, and Johns Hopkins is targeted relentlessly. The Johns Hopkins enterprise messaging team will conduct a simulated phishing email attack campaign to build awareness and provide training for our staff and faculty members in the upcoming days and weeks. Here is what the email will look like:

From: Email Security team Subject: Email Accounts Compliance


Our record indicates that you have to O356 email accounts with Johns Hopkins. To meet compliant we must remove an email account with in 24 hours of sending this email. Please use the URLS below to review each account with in 24 hours of your receiving. Failure to will result in our administrator suspending both. Suspending may result in lost files on the O356 accounts.

Use URL below to review each account.


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