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Overview

Location:
Toronto, ON CAN
Total Funding:N/A
Industry:IT Security
Founded:2005
Lead Investor(s):N/A

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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Security Compass's estimated annual revenue is currently $50M per year.(?)
  • Security Compass's estimated revenue per employee is $204,000

Employee Data

  • Security Compass has 245 Employees.(?)
  • Security Compass grew their employee count by -2% last year.
  • Security Compass currently has 2 job openings.

At Security Compass, we have extensive cross industry knowledge, technical prowess, and have developed the right expert tools to predict, plan and prevent a security breach. We guide your team in building a customized security blueprint based on your industry, software development lifecycle, and business needs to cost-effectively mitigate risks. Advisory: Our team is comprised of experienced experts in information security, who are able to understand your business, and work with you to incorporate security strategies within your existing operating environment. By understanding your unique business requirements, we are able to take a proactive approach in identifying the applicable threats, and determining appropriate risk mitigation techniques. SD Elements: An award-winning platform that translates policies to prescriptive, measurable procedures that are used by IT and Engineering teams to achieve their security and compliance objectives. SD Elements generates and tracks granular controls with a flexible rule- based engine and integrates those controls into ALMs and enterprise workflows used by development teams, including those leveraging DevOps. SD Elements also delivers Just-In-Time training to developers, providing concise, contextual guidance on how to implement controls right when they need it. Training: Our courses are built by seasoned information security experts and are tailored to your staff's learning needs. With real-world hacks students will understand the impacts of mishandling vulnerabilities and how organizations have been affected, driving home the importance of security. After learning different scenarios of how hackers exploit vulnerabilities students are given access to our virtual playground, TrueLabs, to experiment and experience exploits in a safe environment.

keywords:Security, Enterprise Security, Consulting, Cyber Security