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In 2011, 2014, 2016, and again in 2020, we created a bulletin dedicated to email based on questions and feedback from the TTU community. We have updated the information and added new topics based on your input and our changes in solutions and infrastructure. We encourage you to keep this edition as a quick reference guide, as many within the campus community indicated that the information has been useful. Phishing email continues to be a threat in our technology environment, and we need your partnership in recognizing, reporting, and deleting these email attempts to steal your and institutional data. Fostering a culture of vigilance is key to providing a secure and robust information resource in support of institutional strategic priorities. Remember . . . We Are All Responsible - Think Before You Click!

Sam Segran
Chief Information Officer and Vice President for Information Technology

IT Bulletin | Vol. 17 No. 3
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