What is Phishing?
Phishing is an attempt by a cyber-criminal to obtain information from a user, usually by sending the user an email or message directing them to click links and to provide information at the website the links take them to.
Phishing is a fraudulent attempt to obtain sensitive information such as usernames, passwords and credit card details.
Read up on the latest Phishing information here, to explore ways you can spot and stop phishing.
Email Phishing Explained
The ins and outs of phishing - answering who, what, why, how, where, and when
Different Types of Phishing
The different ways cyber-criminals attempt email fraud
How to Spot Phishing Emails
Our guide to identifying phishing emails
An Example of Phishing
A real-life example of phishing
Technical Phishing Prevention
Technological ways to prevent phishing
Human Phishing Prevention
Ways you can help your network users prevent phishing
Work out whether the email you've received is genuine or phishing
Latest Phishing Articles
Develop Your Cyber-Security Skills By Playing ‘Cyberland’
Want to develop your IT skills in a fun and engaging way? Then look no further, Cyberland needs your help!
18th May 2020
New Service for Reporting Phishing Emails to NCSC
The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has launched a service to enable you to report suspected phishing emails to them – the Suspicious Email Reporting Service (SERS).
22nd April 2020
Trend Micro Maximum Security – Free for Six Months
Trend Micro are offering free access for six months to Trend Micro Maximum Security, their consumer internet security product, to support schools with home working and home learning.
24th March 2020
SWGfL Cyber Security Advice during Coronavirus
Cyber criminals are using the public’s fear and interest in Covid-19 to their advantage. We’ve produced some advice to help you avoid them.
23rd March 2020