RHEA Inc. is RHEA Group’s wholly-owned Canadian operation and specializes in space engineering, cyber and physical security, information technology, systems engineering and software development, and technical support. RHEA Inc. also operates APS Aviation Inc.
Leader in cybersecurity services, including Gatineau security operations centre.
Carefully crafted and individually tailored security solutions.
Working in support of aviation research advancement, engineering progress and technology innovation.
RHEA Inc. has its headquarters in Montréal, Quebec, Canada, and an office in the National Capital Region (NCR) in Gatineau, Quebec. The Gatineau location includes a security operations centre (SOC) to deliver Managed SOC services to our clients worldwide. The SOC is a highly secured, state-of-the-art facility with redundant connections for both power and Internet access, as well as 24/7 physical alarm and video surveillance security measures.
RHEA Group’s Quality and Information Security Management Systems are ISO 9001 QMS and ISO 27001 ISMS certified.
RHEA Technologies Lab is the cybersecurity branch of RHEA Inc. In addition to providing our cybersecurity solutions and services, this branch is focused on cybersecurity research and development, delivery, training and customer support. The lab also supports our in-house cybersecurity technologies including:
A founding member of CyberEco, established in September 2018 – the result of the four major organizations (RHEA Group, Mouvement Desjardins, National Bank of Canada and Deloitte) joining forces with the ambition of recognition as the Canadian national multisectoral reference in cybersecurity in Quebec.
An active contributor to and participant in CyberNB/CIPnet, the only Canadian government-mandated agency to focus on growing its cybersecurity ecosystem.
An active member in good standing of Canadian Cyber Threat Exchange (CCTX), which was created to build a secure Canada where all organizations, both private and public, collaborate to reduce cybersecurity risks.
An active member of IN‑SEC‑M, Canada’s cybersecurity industry cluster, a non-profit organization that brings together companies, learning and research institutions, and government actors to take concerted action to increase the cohesion and competitiveness.