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Extortion Emails 
by Sanders, Kristen L.
 7/17/2018 4:49 PM
There have been numerous extortion emails received by City Employees claiming to have their password, and requiring $3,500 in BTC to not release information.
If you receive this email, please ensure that the subject line does not contain a password...
 
Spot the difference between a spoof DocuSign vs. the real thing Attachment
by Sanders, Kristen L.
 7/12/2018 1:18 PM
Can you spot the difference between a Fraudulent DocuSign phishing attempt and a real DocuSign email? The attached document provides tips for identifying fake vs legitimate DocuSign emails.
 
Fraudulent email "(Real Time Solutions) Shared A Financial report sales Doc" 
by Sanders, Kristen L.
 7/6/2018 9:21 AM
If you receive an email with subject "(Real Time Solutions) Shared A Financial report sales Doc", please delete this email immediately. The .pdf contains a link to a phishing website. If you believe you entered credentials on this website,...
 
Fraudulent Emails from Nusenda Credit Union <n0reply@nusenda.org> 
by Sanders, Kristen L.
 7/6/2018 9:15 AM
If you receive an e-mail from n0reply@nusenda.org, do NOT click on the link or enter login credentials. This is a phishing email. Please note the URL whenever accessing your bank's website. If you believe you have fallen victim to this email...
 
***Fraudulent Email*** OnPointe at Home-05/29/2018 
by Sanders, Kristen L.
 6/29/2018 11:06 AM
If you receive an email with subject "OnPointe at Home-05/29/2018" Please delete this email immediately. If you entered credentials on the linked website, please call the DTI Service Desk immediately. The Service Desk can be reached at...
 
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Dept. of Technology and Innovation Service DeskUse SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
505-768-2930helpdesk@cabq.gov
SandersUse SHIFT+ENTER to open the menu (new window).
KristenInformation Security Engineer505-768-6016ksanders@cabq.gov
 
Cyber Security Alerts Color Code
 
 
 
 
The Security Alerts follow the traditional Red Light, Green light color code.  In the event of an alert which requires action, instructions will follow on how to determine, if you are at risk and secondly, how to remove/minimize the risk.
 
Red alert is a High priority which has immediate impact on the City of Albuquerque resources. 
 
Yellow alert is a Medium priority which has the potential to affect some but not all City resources. 
 
Green alert is a Low priority which is for information purposes only.