Noblesville Schools Technology Department

Detect & Report a Phishing Email


93% of all data breaches are caused by people clicking harmful links, downloading viral attachments, or giving confidential information through scams such as phishing. We are seeing an increased number of these threats received by our staff.


  • Click here for some basic tips on how to avoid a phishing scam.
  • How to report suspicious emails:
    • The KnowB4 Phish Alert Button Screen Shot 2019-10-07 at 10.28.26 AM.png is a laptop and desktop add-in tool that will allow Chrome users to easily report unsafe emails in your inbox to our Risk Management team for immediate analysis. To install the button, log into Chrome (step 1) and select "Allow" when you see the below prompt (step 2)

Step 1

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Step 2

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  • Google SPAM
    • On your computer, open Gmail. Select one or more emails and Click Report spam _JMTh657KRHVAqAIuF5QcVaSNobpDkYP7taKp1NLvuuVVdE6lf5IgjvyeA8rVhYvA2M=w36-h36.png.
    • On your iPhone or iPad, open the Gmail app Uk5_ENe4t7dNpIGCApDiRqbC0G9LP1isc4s4gVja3UKKx1grWd6yocLL1IW4Lnyn067q=w36-h36.png. Tap the sender's profile image next to the message you want to mark as spam. In the top right, tap More QrT0P390hDRxBG8bKFmautuL9d1wu8mRng14jIWXcv0TEXWAa3osCvNg84Ma8T4RrQ=w36-h36.png 3_l97rr0GvhSP2XV5OoCkV2ZDTIisAOczrSdzNCBxhIKWrjXjHucxNwocghoUa39gw=w36-h36.png Report spam.

    Tip: When you click Report spam _JMTh657KRHVAqAIuF5QcVaSNobpDkYP7taKp1NLvuuVVdE6lf5IgjvyeA8rVhYvA2M=w36-h36.png or manually move an email into your Spam folder, Google will receive a copy of the email and may analyze it to help protect our users from spam and abuse.

  • Click here for a document that highlights the red flags to look for when ensuring an email is not suspicious.


Your continued participation will help keep your information safe, our organization safe, and defend against all cyber-attacks.