Safer Technology.

Safer Data.

Safer World.


The Internet is a critical resource for Canadian business; yet 36% of Canadian businesses know they've been hit by a significant data breach and 56% believe threats sometimes fall through the cracks.


Timberwolf Information Security provides services to assist organizations in improving their cybersecurity posture.



Cybersecurity incidents in Canada have increased by %160 year over year and 70% of Canadian business have been victims of cyber attacks.  An established, reviewed and tested Security Program can help protect your business from the greatest threats to cybersecurity.



Your Security Program is a unique as your business.  Our approach to Security Program Design considers your organization's business model and unique threats and risks in order to build a plan that lowers security risk while minimizing impact to operations.



We can work with you to implement and improve all areas of your Security Program in order to address any risk gaps and strengthen your cybersecurity portfolio.  We have expertise in Vulnerability Management, Security Information and Event Management, Incident Response, Disaster Recovery and many other areas.



By testing your Security Program with audits and penetration tests we can provide clear indications as to any gaps that may exist in your cybersecurity posture that are exposed to attackers.


Our Penetration Tests simulate real-world attacks by using the same techniques and tools as malicious hackers.  Don’t rely on automated vulnerability scanning tools – rely on the experts.



Unlike automated tools our consultants will provide a deep-dive analysis of your network and existing applications and provide a thorough analysis of the security risks in your environment.

Our consultants will help you determine:

  • Where vulnerabilities exist in your network and applications.
  • The Risk, Likelihood and Impact of potential vulnerabilities.
  • What remediations or mitigating controls are required to protect your businesses assets.
  • How the current state of security can be compromised by malicious hackers.