Faculty, researchers and librarians can now self-enrol in the University of Toronto’s multi-factor authentication (UTORMFA) solution.
Cyber security education, announcements, events and opportunities.
In May 2021, the Telecommunications team began migrating University Corporate Mobility Services users from Bell Mobility to Rogers Mobility.
As of May 2021, all buildings, and some outdoor spaces, on the three University campuses offer fast, high-bandwidth wireless coverage.
Updated FAQs and resources to help navigate evolving workplace environments.
Attend this all-staff event (invite only) for divisional updates. Submit questions by Sept. 8.
Protect your data and devices to help mitigate ransomware threats.
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Earlier this week an old song by Doug and the Slugs — called Day by Day — came up on my Spotify play list. If you grew up in the ’80s it is one of those ear worms that grabs you whenever you are near it.
Chief Information Security Officer Isaac Straley provides direction over the Information Security program, ensuring that the University’s networks, systems and information are protected.
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The Information Security team protects, detects and responds to issues related to University information and cyber infrastructure.