Important CyberSecurity Tip from UTS: Don’t get Sway-ed
- If you click a link in an email, and your address bar shows sway.microsoft.com, be on the alert.
- Question everything. Is that message really from your coworker? Was I expecting a fax? Would HR send a survey link this way? Does that sound like the President?
- Pay attention to detail, and pick up the phone (or use a separate messaging tool) to confirm with the sender before clicking on any links or files you did not ask for or weren’t expecting.
- If you aren’t sure about an email you’ve received, contact UTS.
UTS does not want to discourage the use of Sway. It can be a powerful and useful tool. However, useful tools, like email itself can often be misused in ways that were not anticipated. Please stay diligent, and understand the risks.