Founded in 2019, Ottawa startup trains workers how to spot so-called phishing attacks – that is, fake emails and text messages that fraudsters use to steal money or sensitive data.
The Cyber Range within uOttawa’s Cyber Hub will provide significant training and interdisciplinary research capabilities for students, businesses and government organizations.
While some industries have seen a decline in job prospects over the last 18 months, there’s one sector where job opportunities abound: cybersecurity.
Industry, government and academic users will tap into IBM's technology to run simulated cyber attacks that mimic real-world scenarios.
“It seemed to be the right time (to sell),” Ottawa firm's CEO Ron Mac Donell said. “It was all very natural.”
Two companies merged effective Aug. 31 and will now operate under the name Decisive Group.
Hunter also served as CFO and chief operating officer at local health-tech startup Privacy Analytics, where he oversaw the company’s sale to U.S.-based IMS Health.
Global telecom firm specializes in software that helps police forces respond to 911 calls and other emergencies.
Former 2Keys boss will replace Crypto4A co-founder Bruno Couillard, who is stepping down from the post to focus on his duties as chief technology officer.
Deal comes hot on the heels of Grade A’s merger with Oregon’s Convergence Networks last December.