How doe the anti-impersonation feature work?

The anti-impersonation feature uses artificial intelligence to distinguish between messages from legitimate senders and impersonated senders. This feature also checks emails originating from non-U of T email addresses against a pre-defined list of display names belonging to senior leaders at U of T. This means that if someone attempts to impersonate a senior leader by spoofing/using their name or email address to contact U of T recipients, the scam email will be sent directly to users’ junk folders.

To learn more about the anti-impersonation feature, please review the article Secure U of T advanced threat protections: anti-phishing protection.

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