Threat HUNTing Platform
Credential Risk Assessment and Remediation
ORKOS: Preventing the 9 steps to domain collapse
R9B understands the cognitive aspects of cyber operations. Our curriculum provides the hands-on technical skills students require to attain a variety of advanced cybersecurity qualifications. We instill the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary for our students to defeat the adversary. Below are our available courses. Please check back often as our course offerings are updated regularly. Government organizations, please contact R9B directly via training@root9B.com for pricing and purchasing information.
R9B proudly offers advanced cybersecurity products and services to businesses, government entities, and other organisations in Canada. We recognize cyber threats transcend physical and national boundaries and true security requires a global effort. Through proactive HUNT and Managed Security Services, coupled with our proprietary ORION HUNT platform and ORKOS credential risk assessment software, the experts at our cybersecurity company in Canada can help your organisation identify threats, prevent attacks, and protect vital systems and information.
Allen (Al) Dillon, is well known in the security community in Canada, as
both a former military officer of the Canadian Forces and a seasoned hi
tech innovator in industry and is a true asset to our cybersecurity company
in Canada. Al’s roots in technology and cybersecurity started in the
military. He is a 4th generation decorated soldier with entrepreneurial
spirit. Al’s experience includes the development of advanced electronic
warfare assets, communications intercept, intelligence systems and
cyberwarfare capabilities for use on the battlefield and in the global
security community. In industry, Al’s contribution to innovation for the
defence, security, and aerospace industries earned him the 2013 Defence and
Security Executive of the Year in Canada. He is a hands-on leader that has
worked on numerous innovations across the spectrum for global corporations
and small start-ups alike. Notably in 2015, he led a team cooperating with a
national security agency that exposed international media fraud perpetrated
by organised criminals who leveraged social media and mobile systems to
steal an estimated $350M annually from advertisers. Al was the founder and
visionary for CyberNB, the only Canadian Special Operating Agency dedicated
to cybersecurity protection frameworks for Canada. His office managed
provincial and national programs in cybersecurity and he continues to
actively work with the Government of Canada on strategy, operational
framework and programs essential to providing a safe and resilient internet
for Canadians. Al’s ongoing collaborations include several international
corporations in the security domain and cybercrime agencies.
He has participated in numerous boards for the past two decades and he has
contributed to policy developments in Canada for defence procurement,
innovation, cybersecurity and information technology for several years.
Illuminating the Black Art of Security. Now
entering its 13th year, SecTor has built a reputation of bringing together
experts from around the world to share their latest research and techniques
involving underground threats and corporate defences. The conference
provides an unmatched opportunity for IT Professionals and Managers to
connect with their peers and learn from their mentors.
Back for its eight year, COUNTERMEASURE is
excited to present its highly anticipated line-up of world-renowned IT
security experts and product manufacturers. Over the course of five days,
attendees will benefit from a number of keynotes, training sessions,
discussions, and product demos that feature the most current offensive and
defensive IT security management strategies. There will also be ample
opportunities to network with peers and industry thought leaders.
CANSEC Tradeshow, produced by CADSI
The Hill Times is a Canadian twice-weekly
newspaper that covers Parliament, the federal government and federal
politics. Founded in 1989, this Ottawa based periodical is owned by Jim
Creskey and Ross Dickson.