Claude Perreault arrives at In Fidem as Vice-President in charge of the Quebec City office

In Fidem is delighted to announce that Claude Perreault has joined its Quebec City team. As Vice-President in charge of the Quebec City office, he will lead a team that is already strong and full of potential. His primary challenge will be to maintain the continued growth of this business unit.

A lawyer by training, Claude is also an entrepreneur with extensive experience in the marketing of information security products and services, the management of tech companies, and strategic consulting.

Among Canada’s top digital signature experts

Claude Perreault conceived a plan for the technological integration of the notarial profession, giving rise to Notarius, which he oversaw for several years. While working at the Chambre des notaires du Québec, he developed in-depth identity and authentication management expertise, particularly with regard to strong authentication and digital signatures. Bolstered by this expertise, he then founded VPN Tech, which operated the VeriSign Canada certification service, affiliated with the worldwide VeriSign Trust Network.

Services dedicated to the legal sector

Matthieu Chouinard, President of In Fidem, is pleased about the good news: “Claude is very familiar with the cybersecurity market, technological innovation, and the Quebec City market. He will be a definite asset for the development and growth of In Fidem, particularly in the legal community.”

Through its subsidiary Forensik, which specializes in computer forensics, In Fidem offers state-of-the-art litigation support services. Its clients include litigation, labour law, patent and trademark attorneys, bailiffs, notaries, and other professionals in the legal field looking to build solid, structured and irrefutable evidence.

“The courts and scientific community recognize the skills of our experienced specialists,” said Claude Perreault. “Thanks to their expertise, backed by the most powerful technological tools, clients can know with certainty whether evidence is available and make proper use of it in court.”