We trust CYDEF because we trust the people at CYDEF. From the Chairman and CEO to the COO and all the scientific and analytical staff, we have benefited enormously from knowing and working with them. All our interactions with CYDEF have been characterized by competence, empathy, and outstanding integrity. The people at CYDEF are why we inherently trust CYDEF as a corporation and partner.
Yesterday I mentioned our relationship with CYDEF and encouraged police services to start looking further out for protection. Relying only on our managers and leaders is near sighted protection. We need over the horizon assistance and constant monitoring. I hope you get some inquiries from public safety agencies. I enjoyed reading an recent article in the media that included CYDEF as a top 10 new IT company in Canada.
Our experience with CYDEF has been excellent. They took the time to get to know us and garnered trust by working with us to tune their software to our environment. They committed time and resources to us in the beginning where few other vendors have done so. Their product does what they say it does and has easily fit into our infrastructure without taxing resources both human and technical on our side.
As an IT Consultant, I’m exposed to a range of technological and cybersecurity solutions. I recommend CYDEF to my clients for their unique technology combined with manual intervention. The approach really reduces workload while ensuring a network environment is totally secure.
Finding a cyber security solution gets a little tricky when you’re operating on several continents, and in very different facilities. CYDEF’s managed solutions provide the capacity, support and flexibility to keep Metro’s network environment secure.
With CYDEF’s support, we have achieved our stated of goal of being “best-in-class” as a company when it comes to protecting our systems, our work, and our clients’ information.
The team behind SMART-Monitor is nothing short of amazing. They are proactive and responsive. They don’t miss a thing. Even the smallest anomaly becomes a priority until the team understands what’s happening.