Controlling Spam and Phishing at Princeton University: A Case Study

Wednesday, January 16 | 4:45PM–5:30PM | Kent
Session Type: Professional Development

This session will discuss how Princeton University tackled the seemingly insurmountable challenge of reducing spam and phishing in order to free up technology resources and focus on the school's core priorities. With over 30 million e-mails being sent to staff each month, spam needs to be filtered and phishing needs to be identified, all while being as unobtrusive as possible toward an extremely demanding user base of faculty, staff, and students.


  • Joe Karam

    Director, Enterprise Monitoring Services, Princeton University

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