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Protecting your identity

Protecting your online privacy is essential in avoiding identity theft and fraud. Criminals constantly look for clues online to get access to your accounts and information. These clues may be your date of birth, your mother's maiden name, your pets names, etc. which can all be used to impersonate you and possibly retrieve your passwords. Information is like money, value it and protect it.

If someone is looking for my password should I give it to them?

Don't share your password with anyone. Staff at St Angela's College will never ask for your password, we will provide you with assistance on how you can change your own password or text you out a new password. We will never ask for your password via email or over the phone.

How can I protect my IT account?

Protecting your online privacy is essential in avoiding identity theft and fraud. Criminals constantly look for clues online to get access to your accounts and information. These clues may be your date of birth, your mother’s maiden name, your pets names, etc. which can all be used to impersonate you and possibly retrieve your passwords. Information is like money, value it and protect it.
Be suspicious of any email with requests for personal information. Don’t share your login details with anyone. Use unique, long and complex passwords. You can change your password at any time using the change password icon on the college website at www.stangelas.nuigalway.ie/students

What should I do if I receive a fraudulent email?

  1. Do not click any links 
  2. Do not open any attachments  
  3. Do not enter any personal details on the fraudulent email or website
  4. Report the ’phishing’ email to ICT Services at the email helpdesk@stangelas.nuigalway.ie
  5. Delete the email.

What if I responded and gave my username and password?

You should change your password immediately if you feel that your account has been compromised. Report the matter to ICT Services at helpdesk@stangelas.nuigalway.ie . As your account was compromised you will likely start receiving large amounts of SPAM email. Do not open/reply to any of these emails. Delete these emails.

All users of computer facilities at St Angela’s College have a responsibility to follow best practice in accordance with our ICT policy.

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