RIT uses a standardized signature to make authentic Institute communications easily recognizable. Uses of common signature elements by senders will help recipients detect counterfeit e-mails and phishing attempts. For more information, see the Signature Standard.
Who do the requirements apply to?
The requirements apply to:
E-mail is a standard communication tool. Unfortunately, it is also an ideal channel for social engineering and phishing attempts; protect yourself and your information.
Managing Your RIT E-mail
Visit the ITS E-mail Services page for RIT e-mail account set-up and usage resources.