Phishing 

Email messages that attempt to collect private information by impersonating the University of Saskatchewan or other reputable organizations should be forwarded immediately to phishing@usask.ca. Knowing how to detect and report phishing emails is an important responsibility for all email users to help protect the information of the university and its community members.

Spam 

The university has stringent software in place that is designed to filter out and blocks unsolicited email (advertisements, announcements, etc.,) from addresses that you are unfamiliar with or have not had any dealings with.

However, on occasion these kind of messages will still appear within you inbox. Simply delete these messages from your inbox or if the messages persist, forward the spam message to is-spam@usask.ca

Security Threat

The ICT Service Desk serves is the first point of contact to report all IT security concerns, online threats or incidents. In the event that you suspect private information has been breached or your account, workstation or website was hacked, then immediately contact the ICT Service Desk at servicedesk@usask.ca or call 306-966-2222. 

Lost or Stolen Devices 

If your computer, laptop or mobile device including personal devices that have access to university information have been lost or stolen please contact the ICT Service Desk immediately at servicedesk@usask.ca  or 306-966-2222.