To click, or not to click? That is the question
This email seems innocent. It is from a service provider which is most likely used by the district. And, you are being asked to to open an attached document and sign it to protect your online files.
Before you click on the attached document, ask yourself “Should I click, or should I not?” Sure, the email seems innocent but lets examine it further. The big giveaways here are 1) who it is from, 2) their request, and 3) the poor use of grammar.
So what do you do now since you have determined that this is a phishing email? Sure, you can simply delete it and move on, but chances are you are not the only person to have received it. In order to not only protect yourself but others as well follow these STEPS in reporting it.
Don’t let these malicious actors trick you into giving them personal information!
Let them know.
Some email platforms let you report phishing attempts. If you suspect an email is phishing for your information, it’s best to report it quickly.