Work With Us – Over 20 Years of Experience

Cybersecurity is a constantly changing field. Threat defenses that worked just a year or so ago have already become outdated and vulnerable. But within in each new attack is a lesson, and an opportunity to build safer and more resilient networks.

For the last twenty years ,we’ve worked with organizations in Canada and also internationally. Our mission is to help SMEs and private organizations better understand the changing dynamics of cybersecurity.

Privacy Canada has worked with over 25 organizations to better help businesses understand data privacy and protect their data. We believe in a cybersafe world and education is the key.

Our Services

Consultation – We work with inhouse staff to help develop best practices for cybersecurity. This includes audits of existing systems. Consultations can be done remotely or in person (Ottawa, Toronto, Vancouver).

Audits – With over 10 years experience auditing for cybersecurity risk our team can help mitigate current and future risk. We help you choose the right technology and help you to deploy it to protect against vulnerabilities, known and unknown.

Areas We Specialise In:

  • Cyber Risk Governance Models
  • Data Security Procedures
  • Risk Management
  • Employee Training
  • Legal and Regulatory Consulting
  • GDPR Read Policy
  • IoT Systems Audit
  • Technical Security Controls Audits
  • API Testing
  • Database Security Audits

Thought Leadership – For the last two decades, our team has worked with a number of companies including NETSCOUT, Symantec, Carbon Black, McAffe and Palo Alto Networks. Our writing and security materials have been used in many of the leading technology publications.

Our Security Diagrams

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Our Work Has Been Featured In:

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business insider
malwarebytes
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Huffpost
ionos
drexel
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theconversation
techcrunch
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oracle
darkreading
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