Alert Information

 Yellow:  Fax Alert

Fax Issue

Monday, May 24, 2021 • 11:55 AM sarcidia

IS-Voice Operations continues to work on an intermittent Fax issue affecting Konica Minolta Fax Machines.

 Yellow:  Phishing/Fraud

Gift Card scam ALERT:

Friday, Jul 9, 2021 • 7:48 AM adcevall

There is a recent increase in the number of UTMB users receiving email appearing to be from members of their management team (a faked email address is being used) with a Subject: line similar to “Quick request” or “Please send me your text/phone number” and requesting a call back phone number. This is a “Gift Card” scam. If you provide a contact phone number, you will be asked to purchase gift cards and provide photos of exposed security codes. Please forward a copy of the scam email to cirt@utmb.edu and then disregard and delete these emails.

Please be SECURITY aware.

Emergency Communications

Disaster/Weather Emergencies

In the event of a disaster or emergency weather conditions, please refer to the following lines of communication for more information:

  • Call the UTMB main operator at (409) 772-1011.
  • Information is also available via the web at www.utmb.edu/alert. Should the UTMB web server go down, a second server is in place as a backup and will be available via UTMB's normal URL: www.utmb.edu.  Additionally, an informational site will be activated at www.utmbinfo.com.
  • See www.utmb.edu/emergency_plan for UTMB Health Emergency Operations Plans.
  • Monitor local television and radio stations including KPRC/950 AM, KTRH/740 AM and KIKK/96 FM in Houston.

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