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Army.ca Technologies Inc. Consulting

Overview

Army.ca Technologies Inc. provides over a decade of experience in Information Security to customers seeking consulting services. Current and previous customer projects have focused on areas such as:
  • Network Access Control
  • Policy Development
  • Risk Assessments
  • Penetration Testing
  • Security Tool Evaluation/Integration
  • Training
  • 802.1x
  • Cryptology

Mission

Army.ca Technologies Inc. is dedicated to providing quality consulting, with a focus on emerging Information Security technologies.

As technology continues to play a growing role in day to day business, the need for quality security services becomes even more pressing. Army.ca Technologies Inc. is rising to meet the challenge by providing expert and experienced security consulting.

Our success lies in our ability to provide secure, appropriate solutions in a timely manner and according to a reasonable budget. With security technology bounding forward at an increasing pace, few can afford costly delays while resident IT staff ramp up on the myriad of new options. As a result, the demand for short term consulting such as that offered by Army.ca Technologies Inc. has increased dramatically.

Our consulting staff bring considerable experience and flexibility to their work, allowing complex projects to proceed rapidly and efficiently. Our service includes setting requirements, evaluation, pilot, implementation and hand-off to local support staff for projects of almost all sizes.

Contact Us

For more information, please contact us at army [at] army.ca. Confidentiality is assured.
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Today in Military History

August 23



1305:

William Wallace (Braveheart) is executed.


1798:

Napoleon leaves Egypt for France en route to seize power as Emperor of France.


1813:

The Prussian army under Von Bulow repulses French attack at the Battle of Grossbeeren.


1833:

Slavery abolished throughout the British Empire.


1839:

The UK captures Hong Kong.


1864:

The Union Navy captures Fort Morgan, Alabama, thus breaking Confederate dominance of all ports on the Gulf of Mexico.


1866:

The Austro-Prussian War ends with the Treaty of Prague.


1889:

The first ship to the shore wireless message is received.


1914:

Japan declares war on Germany and bombs Qingdao (Tsingtao), China.


1914:

The Battle of Mons


1939:

The Soviet-German agreement signed


1939:

World War II: Germany and the Soviet Union sign a non-aggression treaty, the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact. In a secret addition to the pact, Baltic states, Finland and Poland are divided between the two nations.


1940:

World War II: The German Luftwaffe begins aerial bombardment of London.


1942:

Beginning of the Battle of Stalingrad.


1943:

Kharkov is liberated by the Soviet Army.


1944:

World War II: King Michael of Romania dismisses the pro-Nazi government of General Antonescu. Romania switches sides from the Axis to the Allies.


1958:

Chinese Civil War: The Second Taiwan Strait crisis begins with the People's Liberation Army's bombardment of Quemoy.


1990:

Armenia declares its independence from the Soviet Union.


1990:

Saddam Hussein appears on Iraqi state television with a number of Western "guests" (actually hostages to try to prevent the Gulf War).




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