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Spear Phishing Email Alert

Lassner Award

Please be advised that a number of Spear Phishing emails have made it through the Microsoft Office 365 system SPAM filters. Spear Phishing is an email spoofing fraud attempt that targets a specific organization seeking unauthorized access to confidential data.  While spear phishing is similar to a phishing email, the messages are typically more personalized. Continue Reading. . .


David Lassner of University of Hawai'i Recognized for Distinguished Service

Lassner AwardLassner has been involved with two key projects that are critical to the future of the Asia-Pacific region. . .The second project is a direct result of Lassner’s vision for PIREN: the creation of an international R&E exchange point for the Pacific Islands on Guam. Now a reality thanks to a collaboration of many R&E networks, led by UH, CENIC, AARNET, the University of Guam, and other regional R&E operators. Continue Reading. . .


UOG Unveils Ultra-High-Speed GOREX Network

GOREX press releaseThe University of Guam today unveiled its new ultra-high-speed 100Gb GOREX Network during an event at the UOG Office of Information Technology. The Guam Open Research & Education eXchange (GOREX) connects Guam to Hawaii and California via the new SEA-US fiber-optic submarine cable. Continue Reading. . .

 


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  • The Office of Information Technology will be performing maintenance on the University Data Center UPS (uninterruptible power supply).

    Scheduled System Shutdown June 17

  • Spear Phishing is an email spoofing fraud attempt that targets a specific organization seeking unauthorized access to confidential data.  While spear phishing is similar to a phishing email, the messages are typically more personalized, making it appear that they are from a person or organization that you are familiar with --a trusted source.  The success of spear phishing hinges on its ability to appear authentic and how logical the request seems to be.  Everyone with an email address is a potential target.

    Spear Phishing Email Alert