Security and public computers


Ghilaine Roquet, McGill’s Chief Information Officer and Associate Vice-Principal (Information Technology Services), sent the following message to the McGill community on Tuesday, March 22: On Monday, March 21, 2016, Concordia University students and staff were notified that keylogger devices, used to log every key pressed on a keyboard, were found on some of their express library computers. Concordia’s security department shared information with their counterparts at McGill so that we could verify the safety of our public computers.