In-Sec-M is an organization working to keep the Canadian cybersecurity ecosystem responsive, competitive and capable of proposing the best possible solutions, in Canada and internationally, by initiating and supporting the implementation of several initiatives to foster the development of the Canadian cybersecurity industry.
Therefore, In-Sec-M is proud to announce that two of its members Flare Systems and Qohash have been recently selected to be part of the first cohort of beneficiaries of the new program Canadian technology accelerator (CTA) in cybersecurity.
CTA Cybersecurity’s helps high-potential Canadian companies gain exposure to the thriving NYC tech scene and a glimpse of the Silicon Valley cybersecurity environment. Founded by Mathieu Lavoie, Israël Hallé and David Hétu, Flare systems offers services to financial institutions to understand and prevent cyberattacks.
Qohash offers solutions in various sectors for data protection.
Thus, these two members of In-Sec-M will receive five months of high-touch Trade Commissioner support, including virtual elements, in-market programming in NYC, and programming on the margins of the RSA conference in San Francisco. Join us in congratulating them.