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Cybersecurity

Hotspots:

Vancouver, Waterloo Region, Toronto, Montréal, Ottawa, Québec City,  Fredericton 

Success Stories:

Canada is the 5th largest cybersecurity innovation hub in the world by venture capital deals (2015-2018). 

Toronto’s Herjavec Group has been ranked as the most innovative cybersecurity company three years running by responding to a changing threat landscape that goes beyond hackers to include state actors and organized crime.
Source: www.investinontario.com/spotlights/10-cybersecurity-companies-watch-2019

St. John’s Verafin is the world’s largest financial crime management software company.

Kelowna’s Two Hat Security AI-powered content moderation platform classifies, filters and escalates more than 102 billion human interactions a month in real time, including messages, usernames, images and videos.

The Canadian Institute for Cybersecurity at the University of New Brunswick, Fredericton works in partnership with Siemens' team of technical staff and researchers to develop robust and practical cutting-edge cybersecurity and privacy technologies.

Ottawa’s Thales Canada – Defence & Security is committed to the development of innovative Canadian technologies and made-in-Canada defence and security solutions.

Waterloo's eSentire® is the largest pure-play Managed Detection and Response (MDR) service provider, keeping organizations safe from constantly evolving cyberattacks.