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Logo CyberQuébec.

CyberQuébec is the Collegial Centre for Technology Transfer (CCTT) in cybersecurity for the Cégep de l’Outaouais. Its mission is to make cybersecurity accessible. As a CCTT, CyberQuébec offers various funding tools for innovative projects and applied research in cybersecurity, as well as various training and awareness workshops.

Contact: Nabila Arezki

Logo Export Outaouais.

Export Outaouais’s mission, in synergy with their regional and international partners, is to stimulate the exports of goods and services from businesses across the Outaouais region by helping them to develop, consolidate or diversify their markets outside Quebec and internationally. Affiliated to the Gatineau Chamber of Commerce, Export Outaouais is mandated by the Quebec Ministry of Economy and Innovation, and Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions.

Contact: Madeleine Bonneville

Logo In-Sec-M.

In-Sec-M is Canada’s cybersecurity industry cluster that brings together companies, learning and research institutions, and government actors. As a non-profit organization, In-Sec-M aims to promote the cybersecurity industry and increase the innovation, commercialization and growth capabilities of businesses in this field. 

Contact: Fella Bouredji

Logo IVÉO.

IVÉO is a non-profit organization, financed by the Government of Quebec and partner cities, to guide small and medium-sized cities in the rollout of innovative solutions. By privileging the development of pilot projects, IVÉO also helps accelerate the validation and commercialization of technological innovations aimed at smart and sustainable cities.

Contact: Jean-Christophe St-Amand


The DTLab is an independent non-profit entity dedicated to advancing digital trust by breaking down barriers to digital ID adoption. Its mission is to accelerate the adoption, development and knowledge of compliant and interoperable digital ID solutions.

Logo Mouvement des accélérateurs d’innovation du Québec.

The mission of the Mouvement des accélérateurs d’innovation du Québec (MAIN) is to improve the cohesion and efficiency of the business incubator and accelerator ecosystem and to increase its impact in the development of entrepreneurship and innovation and Quebec. MAIN fosters collaborations between accelerators, incubators and other ecosystem actors by ensuring more efficient sharing of resources, knowledge and good practices developed in the network.


PROMPT is one of nine industrial research sectoral groups (RSRI) in Quebec. The mission of RSRIs is to help propel Quebec’s economy by stimulating the rise of leaders in all emerging technology sectors. PROMPT’s key sector is information and communication technology (ICT) and computing, from hardware to software as well as components, networks and applications.

Contact: Toufik Ouaguenouni

Logo Groupe RHEA.

​RHEA Group provides custom engineering solutions, systems development and security services for space, military, government and other critical infrastructure.


Its fields of expertise include artificial intelligence and machine learning, cybersecurity, data processing, digital engineering, emerging technologies, end-to-end systems and services, ground engineering services, and physical security.

RHEA can help participating startups with:

  • Doing business with the Government of Canada,

  • Applying for certifications,

  • Developing their business’s security posture.

Contact: Daniel Giasson

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