Feb. 23, 2018
Beginning March 6, emails from outside Mayo Clinic will be labeled "[EXTERNAL]" in the subject line.
"Malware most often comes into Mayo Clinic from external emails," says Philip Truesdale, Office of Information Security. "The '[EXTERNAL]' label is a quick way to identify email from outside of Mayo Clinic that needs extra scrutiny. In general, we recommend you avoid clicking on links or opening attachments from external emails, especially those that you didn't expect to receive."
Review these tips and reminders on email security: