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Together, let’s build a cybersecurity innovation ecosystem that is strong, dynamic and recognized


We are the Canadian cluster of the cybersecurity industry


A business catalyst for companies, learning and research centers and governments

A partner of the NRC-IRAP for cybersecurity

A Cybersecurity Excellence Center recognized by the Government of Quebec



In-Sec-M designs and implements innovation programs to foster the co-design and enhancement of innovative cybersecurity solutions to meet the most complex needs of organizations, strategic sectors and territories.



In-Sec-M puts the best talents and solutions of the ecosystem at the service of organizations wishing to increase their cyber-resilience.



In-Sec-M bridges supply and demand by supporting cybersecurity companies to develop cybersecurity markets, both here and abroad.


Our members: our strength

In-Sec-Gathers stakeholders of the Canadian cyber security ecosystem

Providers of solutions and services, independent consultants, government agencies, innovative start-ups, IT managers, research centers, educational institutions, training organizations, associations and representatives of cybersecurity-related groups, law firms in cybernetics, insurers …

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All those who enliven the ecosystem, who make it live and grow and who testify to its dynamism and diversity are invited to join In-Sec-M.

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What's new in cyber security industry

30 August 2021

Cocoon – For Your Digital Transformation and Cybersecurity

Matt Edwards established Cocoon to help meet the demand for strong cyber security companies in Western Canada. His team has almost two decades of experience providing managed IT services, software development and cybersecurity. Here is a short interview, where he gives us more background on his company. In-Sec-M :…

24 August 2021

Important Framework Agreement Between ENISA and RHEA Group

The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) and RHEA Group have signed the first framework agreement to implement the Ad hoc Cybersecurity Assistance Mechanism, with the goal of supporting the States member of the European Union (EU) in case of cybersecurity-related transborder incidents or crisis. According to RHEA Group, the…

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