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Security is all we do.

Converged security services to protect your business and manage your risk.

Take Your Cybersecurity to the Next Level

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24/7 Threat
Monitoring

Fully managed security services • Round-the-clock threat detection and mitigation • 2-hour incident escalation guarantee

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Security Assessments
& Testing

Uncover vulnerabilities • Extend your in-house team with certified security professionals • Review control frameworks and standards such as NIST, CIS Critical Security Controls, ISO etc.

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Cybersecurity
Posture

Assess your overall cybersecurity posture • Find out where you need to improve • Align your security strategy with your business goals

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Compliance

Find out if/how compliance affects your business • Assess your level of compliance with PCI DSS, GDPR, etc. • Develop your personal roadmap to compliance

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What Customers Say

We Are Hitachi

Welcome to Hitachi Systems Security Inc., we’re so glad you’re here! We are global IT security service provider that’s passionate about delivering cybersecurity services that address the security challenges of today and tomorrow. We are headquartered in Canada but proud to serve our customers in over 50 countries across the globe!

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The Hitachi Brand

A few years back, we joined forces with the powerhouse brand Hitachi (read press release here), not only propel our cybersecurity services to the next level but also to support Hitachi’s vision of social innovation. Social innovation starts with an idea – one with the power to change everything. At Hitachi Systems Security, we’re committed to securing businesses around the globe to help them face their cybersecurity challenges of today and tomorrow.

Since our foundation in 1999, we have made it our primary mission to make the internet a safer place for all. We believe in the enabling power of security, no matter what industry you’re in! That’s why we built our cybersecurity services with one goal in mind – to secure your critical data assets so that you can focus on what really matters for your business.

Cybersecurity Posture Assessment

How to Achieve a Good Cybersecurity Posture? Security posture refers to the security status of an enterprise’s hardware, software and policies, its capability to manage its defenses and its ability to react as the situation changes (based on NIST).

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Recent Articles

Can Data Privacy be Smart? An Introduction to Smart City Privacy

As our cities become smarter, is the use of data also smart? Is privacy being driven from the city walls to be replaced only by efficiency and convenience? We’re looking at several examples from smart city projects around the world to find out how and if smart city technologies respect modern data privacy concerns.

[Infographic] How to Secure the IoT Environment

We’ve developed our top 10 tips for businesses to secure their Internet of Things (IoT) environment and devices. 1. Robust Authentication, 2. Encryption and PKI, 3. Security Logging, 4. …

Digital Privacy Act: An Update to Canadian Data Privacy Regulations

In order to harmonize the Canadian requirements to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in the European Union, the Government of Canada issued final provisions on the mandatory reporting and recording of privacy breaches according to Canada’s PIPEDA. The new regulations, also known as the Digital Privacy Act, came into force on November 1st, 2018.
Under the Digital Privacy Act, Canadian and non-Canadian organizations subject to PIPEDA will need to take necessary steps for compliance. This amendment to Canadian federal law primarily relates to three areas: 1. Data breach record keeping, 2. Data breach reporting and 3. Data breach notification.

Common Exploits Found in a Penetration Test

We’ve put together some of today’s most common pentest exploits and offer guidance on how to remediate them effectively to strengthen your organization’s cybersecurity posture and better manage your risk. Common pentest exploits include: 1. Password Vulnerabilities, 2. OS and Endpoint Application Vulnerabilities, 3. Misconfiguration Vulnerabilities, 4. …

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