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Push Security end-user communications templates

If you’re rolling out Push Security to your employees for the first time, refer to these communications templates to help you prepare everyone for what to expect.

Email (formal): Push Security is coming soon, no action required

Subject: New information security tool coming soon — here’s what you need to know

We will be rolling out a new security tool called Push Security to protect our company data and online app accounts.

What is Push Security?

Push protects your digital work life by finding security risks with the online apps you use and helping you resolve any issues that could lead to account compromise or data loss.

Push also helps our security team understand which apps employees are using by keeping an inventory of where they log in using their work accounts.

This information helps protect our company and the people we serve, and helps us meet our security and compliance goals.

What do I need to do?

You do not need to take any action during the rollout. Once Push is deployed to your browser, you may notice a new icon in your browser toolbar for the Push Security extension. It looks like this:

Extension icon for end-users - KB 10084

If Push finds any security issues with your work accounts, you’ll get a short, easy-to-understand message via [Slack / Microsoft Teams] with instructions on how to fix it.

Push’s job is to sit quietly in the background and only notify you if it finds something like:

  • An easily guessable or shared password on apps you use for work.

  • A password you use that’s been exposed in a data breach.

  • A mail forwarding rule that sends company information to an external email address, which can be an indicator that your work account has been compromised by an attacker.

  • Missing multi-factor authentication protection (MFA).

What information does Push collect?

Push only monitors signups and logins to apps that use your company email. [Describe whether you are monitoring all domains to work apps, regardless of the email address used.]

The Push browser extension checks your password strength as you log in, but your password is not remembered or stored and is not shared or sent anywhere.

If you prefer to keep your work and personal browsing activity completely separate, we recommend using a separate browser profile for personal browsing.

Learn more about how Push protects your online data while respecting your privacy in this guide.

When is this happening?

[Describe your rollout schedule]

Questions or need help?

Please contact our IT and security team: [Your contact information].


Email (informal): Push Security is coming soon, no action required

Subject: New IT security tool rolling out soon! Here’s what to expect

On [date], we will be rolling out a new security tool called Push Security to protect our company data and online app accounts.

Push protects your digital work life by finding security risks with the online apps you use and helping you resolve any issues that could lead to account compromise or data loss.

What do I need to do?

Nothing! Once Push is deployed to your browser, you may notice a new icon in your browser toolbar for the Push Security extension. It looks like this:

Extension icon for end-users - KB 10084

If Push finds any security issues with your work accounts, you’ll get a short, easy-to-understand message via [Slack / Microsoft Teams] with instructions on how to fix it.

What information does Push collect?

Push only monitors signups and logins to apps that use your company email. [Describe whether you are monitoring all domains to work apps, regardless of the email address used.]

The Push browser extension checks your password strength as you log in, but your password is not remembered or stored and is not shared or sent anywhere.

If you prefer to keep your work and personal browsing activity completely separate, we recommend using a separate browser profile for personal browsing.

Learn more about how Push protects your online data while respecting your privacy in this guide.

Questions or need help?

Please contact our IT and security team: [Your contact information].