Tyngsborough schools investigate cyberattack – The Boston Globe

A cyberattack at Tynsgborough’s middle and high schools cut Internet service to students this week, and officials have hired an outside company to identify the source of the attack, the school department said.

The outages impacted the two schools located on the district’s Norris Road campus. The school department’s info tech team has determined the outage was not caused internally or through the district’s Internet provider, Superintendent Michael Flanagan said in a statement.

Instead, officials believe the outage was caused by an outside device brought into school buildings either unwittingly or intentionally, the statement said.

Northeast Technology, an IT solutions company in Danvers, has been hired to identify the source of the attack. The town’s police department is also investigating.

The town’s elementary school was not impacted by the attack.

The school district has been operating in a hybrid mode this year, offering a mix of in-person and remote learning

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Medical technology innovation company, Thornhill Medical, ranked as one of The Globe and Mail’s Canada’s Top Growing Companies

TORONTO, Sept. 25, 2020 /CNW/ – Canada’s medical technology innovator Thornhill Medical is pleased to announce it has placed #62 on the 2020 Report on Business ranking of Canada’s Top Growing Companies, thanks to verified three-year revenue growth (2017 – 2019) of more than 829 per cent.

This is the first year that Thornhill Medical has appeared on the ranking of 400 Canadian companies. Founded in 2004 as a spin-off of Toronto’s University Health Network, Toronto-based Thornhill Medical is a leading developer of innovative medical technologies, including, amongst others, its proprietary MOVES® SLC™ integrated life-support technology and RespirAct™ RA-MR, its investigational device used in diagnostic procedures to stimulate vascular reactivity. Funded by earnings and a Series A investment, Thornhill Medical’s ground-breaking products are produced to be used around the world by emergency health care providers, military medical teams and disaster relief responders.

The company’s ranking pre-dates its recent

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