Ottawa, Ont.-- RiskLogik, a newly branded business division of Deep Logic Solutions Inc., had its global debut in Ottawa today at the opening of the Government Technology Exhibition and Conference.
Dedicated to delivering comprehensive risk discovery, analysis and mitigation solutions, RiskLogik solutions provide risk and resilience capability to public and private sector assets with military-grade precision, said a release.
“Climate change, technological transformation, political upheaval and malicious acts all disrupt economies and societies with increasing magnitude and frequency. So, we must adapt to these inevitable risks. We must become more resilient,” said Nick Martyn, RiskLogik’s Founder and CEO.
Prior to founding RiskLogik, Martyn held various command and staff appointments in both the Canadian and British Armies over 27 years of military service in Canada, UK, Germany, Former Republic of Yugoslavia and Afghanistan. His executive team holds similar depths of military and civilian expertise, ranging from directing corporate delivery projects at multinational companies, top-level participation in technology collaboration projects with NATO and responsibility for crisis management at NORAD’s Cheyenne Mountain command center in Colorado Springs.
RiskLogik solutions employ geospatial intelligence, proprietary risk analysis software and proven risk mitigation methodologies, the release said. Recently, RiskLogik delivered a critical infrastructure resilience model for the Province of Ontario, which visualized the consequences of multi-project risk for the executives of Caterpillar Inc., and aided reconstruction in Afghanistan. They are now building Canada’s national critical infrastructure resilience model as part of a three-year project with Public Safety Canada.