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SSEng Group

Cybersecurity Consulting

Company was formed to champion a disruptive approach for modern trustworthy and resilient platform and systems acquisition. Our Intention is to bridge the gap between acquirers and suppliers to more effectively, and efficiently achieve platform and systems security integration.

The SSEng Group Inc. team has worked closely with the government to strengthen our nation’s cyber defenses for more than four decades. They are a 100% Veteran owned business who employ Systems Security Engineering as a core capability, cutting across all our work for the federal government.


Our Method is to use standards-based techniques to identify Mission or Business Cybersecurity:

  • Protection Needs (PN)
  • Cybersecurity Mission/Business Assurance (CMA, CBA)
  • Translate these into standards based contracting
  • Identify more objective assessments for the CMA/CBA
  • Maintain these resilient and assured protection through life
Respect In Security

Our Commitment to Inclusion
Diversity and Anti-Harassment

At SSEng Group, we know that our greatest strengths come from the people who make up our team. So, for us, inclusion and diversity is ingrained in who we are today because we know it’s what will get us to tomorrow. Our work is far from over and we continuously strive for improvement.

We empower our team members to make an impact on our business and in the world. We foster a culture that is unconditionally inclusive, and in return ask that our people contribute all their differing perspectives, ideas, and experiences for one common purpose: to advance the way people live and work.


  • We will work to eliminate harassment, to include all employees, partners, customers, and interactions. Any form of harassment, even when not unlawful or directed at a protected category, will not be tolerated.
  • We will not tolerate, condone, or ignore any form of harassment no matter where it occurs, or the personnel involved.
  • We will ensure that staff members are not asked to operate in unsafe organizational or social environments.
  • We will empower employees, contractors and third parties to come forward with reports without fear of retaliation, and to immediately and respectfully respond without prejudice. We recognise that those reporting harassment are not in any way disloyal to the company or the community, and that everyone deserves to work in a positive environment.
  • We will protect the anonymity of those reporting suspected violations to the greatest extent reasonably possible.
  • We will regularly educate employees and contractors what constitutes harassment and why it’s never acceptable, while continually maintaining and actively reviewing our policy and reporting mechanisms.
  • We will regularly discuss reporting protocol with our employees and ensure that we make a public version of this protocol publicly available for external reference and use.


We champion a disruptive approach for modern trustworthy and resilient platform and systems acquisition. 


We close the gaps between acquirers and suppliers to more effectively, and efficiently achieve platform and systems security integration.


We  use standards based methods to  categorize Mission or Business Cybersecurity.


Our Vision and Values

  • A champion for Systems Security Engineering
  • Best of class cybersecurity support in Canada
  • Critical thinking and analysis supporting elegant and efficient security designs

Our Expertise

Interpretation of industry requirements and standards100%
In-depth supply chain management security advice90%
Development of cybersecurity plans80%
Identification and categorization of devices80%
Security management 100%
Security awareness and training100%
Threat propagation path control and network segregation100%
Configuration management90%
Contingency plans, backup and recovery, disaster recovery80%
Testing and audits80%
Incident reporting100%
Personnel risk management and user access control100%



Number of days it takes to detect and contain a breach in Canada



Canada loses 0.17% of GDP to cybercrime per year



Canada has the 3rd most breaches globally



Of Canadians surveyed believe the risk of becoming a victim of cybercrime is increasing

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