Displaying items by tag: University of Toronto

Friday, 03 June 2022 11:33

Datto hires Clayton as APAC VP

MSP security specialist Datto has appointed Mark Clayton to the role of APAC vice president.

Published in People Moves

A senior cyber security researcher at the Cybersecurity Centre for Security Studies run by ETH Zurich says while a Microsoft report on cyber operations during the Russia-Ukraine war offers some useful details it says little about the impact of these operations.

Published in Security

Apple has hit the Israeli firm NSO Group with a lawsuit over the targeting of iPhone users with its Pegasus spyware.

Published in Security

A comparison of the output of greenhouse gases by two vehicles — a Tesla Model 3 (electric) and a Toyota RAV4 (petrol) — by a team of academics at the University of Toronto has shown that the EV will generate 36 tons (32.6 tonnes) of such gases over the lifespan of a typical car — 200,000 miles (321,868 km) — while the RAV4 would output more than double that amount – 78 tons (70.8 tonnes).

Published in Automotive

Software from surveillance firm Circles, that can be used to exploit weaknesses in the global mobile system and snoop on calls, texts and locations, is likely being used by Australia among a number of other countries, The Citizen Lab, a digital rights watchdog at the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto, claims.

Published in Security
Tuesday, 13 December 2016 11:08

AI-created Christmas song has little festive cheer

An attempt to get a Christmas song written and sung using a form of artificial intelligence has not turned out to be very inspiring.

Published in Entertainment
Tuesday, 17 March 2015 13:00

Triple-A rating: Avaya, Ansley, Asia Pacific

Contact centre and unified communications vendor Avaya has appointed Mike Ansley as president of its Asia Pacific business.

Published in People Moves




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