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Brian Lesser, Ryerson's chief information officer , shows off a pamphlet for Cybersecurity Awareness Month. (Photo by Victoria McMurchy)

Students ask Rye to opt out of phishing email list

While thousands of students continue to report fake, malicious emails sent by the university’s cybersecurity initiative, some students are asking Ryerson to cut the phishing line.

Ryerson’s Computing and Communications Services (CCS) launched a campaign this month called Cybersecurity Awareness Month. The campaign intends to educate students on phishing attacks.The initiative cautions students against downloading malware and encourages them to enable two-factor authentication when logging into accounts.

by Maggie Macintosh· · News, On Campus, Security
Naloxone can temporarily reverse an opioid overdose for up to 90 minutes. (Kayla Douglas/Linsey Raschkowan/Ryersonian)

No naloxone kits for campus security, residence leaders

By Alexis Perikleous and Victoria McMurchy Despite Toronto’s growing opioid crisis, neither Ryerson security nor residence officials have been given the easy-to-use antidote that could prevent overdose deaths. Kits containing that antidote – naloxone – are not being made available, according to university president Mohamed Lachemi. “Our staff is really trained to deal with emergency situations,” said Lachemi in an […]

by Ryersonian Staff· · News, Off Campus, On Campus, Security, students
Starbucks in the SLC lobby. (Sarah Jackson/Ryersonian Staff)

Ryerson startup helps Starbucks hire refugees

Starbucks is hiring, and a startup that was born at Ryerson is helping those jobs go to refugees.

Members of Students Supporting Israel filed complaint with campus security

Members of Students Supporting Israel filed complaint with campus security

Ryerson’s Students Supporting Israel (SSI) group backed out of the Ezra Levant event on campus last week after two members of the group received threats.

by Lauren Malyk· · News, On Campus, Security
Graham Hudson at the Ryerson school of journalism's teach-in on Tuesday. (Chris Blanchette/Ryersonian Staff)

Toronto is not a safe haven

The city hasn’t provided enough leadership and funding to make it a sanctuary city, professor says.

by Karen Chan· · Media, News, On Campus, Politics, Security
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