Andrew Loschmann

Co-Founder and COO

About Andrew

Andrew Loschmann led five years of research and development efforts to bring Field Effect’s sophisticated suite of Covalence threat monitoring and detection and Cyber Range simulation and training platforms, as well as other services, to the global market. Andrew brings a 20-year background building and managing IT security products and programs, including 13 years in government/defence, as well as security policy development within the Government of Canada’s Privy Council Office and contributions to Canada’s Cyber Security Strategy. His technical background includes development of software and systems, and cyber security analytics, as well as leading incident detection and response teams.

CTV News: Ottawa introduces new cybersecurity bill

Field Effect COO & Co-Founder Andrew Loschmann discussed Canada’s proposed Bill C-26 with CTV News. Learn what this new legislation means for certain businesses in Canada, plus steps organizations can take to improve their security.

Global National: How Hackers can exploit vulnerabilities in Canadian companies

Field Effect COO & Co-Founder Andrew Loschmann weighs in on the modern hacker, and the strategies they use to hit organizations when it will have the greatest impact.

Techtopia: Reducing cyber threats for small businesses

As fears of cyber threats spread, an Ottawa-based company is finding opportunities in alerting small and medium-sized businesses to vulnerabilities in their systems. Read the article here.

Panel: Why cyber security matters now more than ever

Panelists Andrew Loschmann, Bonnie Butlin, Rajiv Gupta, Jacques Latour, and Bruce Schneier discuss the importance of cyber security in the modern business landscape.

Canada 360° Economic Summit: The Future of the Digital Economy Panel

Canadian companies face constant disruption in digital technologies, whether it’s new platforms, cybersecurity or privacy and data protection. This panel explores the actions that are needed to ensure businesses maintain consumer trust in a period of constant disruption and what companies need to remain competitive.

Cyber Security Panel: What construction leaders need to know to protect their business

No matter the size of your firm, cyber criminals are constantly looking for ways to disrupt your business, take advantage of holes in your internet security and the goodwill of your employees.

MapleSec Panel: The Changing Threatscape

A series of panelists discuss cyber security and risk trends.