The phishing attempts to get user names and of passwords will come both by e-mail and by telephone.
One example: The phone number looks like a domestic number but however, it has been falsified. The caller is claiming to represent IT support person who is solving the remote connection problem and therefore needs your username and password.
ICT Services of the university or no other responsible quarter never requires your password or your bank codes either!
Links of malicious programs are spreading in e-mail messages, in attachments and on the websites but now in the social media and in the text messages too. The healthy common sense and carefulness are worth using!
Links to pages of National Cyber Security Centre:
Last updated: 19.3.2020