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A notice was just received from CUNY CIS confirming that the FBI has identified successful spearphishing campaigns directed at college and university students, especially during periods when financial aid funds are disbursed in large volumes. In general, the spearphishing emails request students’ login credentials for the University’s internal intranet. The cyber criminals then capture students’ login credentials, and after gaining access, change the students’ direct deposit destination to bank accounts within the threat actor’s control.
If you believe you are a victim of an online scam or malware campaign, please report it to IT Services and consider the following actions:
- Advise your financial institution immediately of any account information that may have been compromised.
- Watch for unexplained charges to your account
- Immediately change any passwords that you might have revealed.
- If you used the same password for multiple websites make sure to change it for each account, and do not use that same password in the future
Memorandum for New Minimum Salary Increases for Select Full Time Classified Titles Read more
Minimum Salaries Increase for Hourly Titles Read more
TIAA Schedule for Upcoming Individual Counseling Sessions at the Graduate Center Read more
Certain types of crime increase during the holiday season. In the past, there have been reports of on-campus theft during this period. In order to prevent you from falling victim to the crimes that occur during the holiday season, we recommend that you take the following precautions: Read more
NYPD reported that starting on 10/23/18, pipe bombs were delivered to the homes and offices of high profile political figures in and around New York City. All of the devices were delivered in weighty large manila envelopes, addressed in block type and had the same number of American flag stamps. Graduate Center mail room personnel have been reminded of suspicious package identification and mail screening protocols and public safety officers have been informed of the threat. If you come across suspicious mail or packages, do not touch it, leave the area immediately and call Public Safety at 212-817-7777 (do not use a cell phone).
HR Connect with the 2018-2019 holiday calendar Read more
2019-2020 Employee Holiday Calendar Read more
CUNY-PSC/CUNY Agreement for Summer 2018 for Graduate Assistants Read more