Comae Technologies Attends Dubai Future Accelerators Program

Selected from a pool of 2,274 applicants, Comae Technologies will spend 12 weeks developing and testing future technologies with 29 other companies and 7 government authorities

Sep 27, 2016, 08:00 ET from Comae Technologies

DUBAI, UAE, September 27, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --

Comae Technologies is bringing its cyber-incident response software to the Dubai Future Accelerators program where it will collaborate with the Dubai Police on cyber security. Started on the 18th of September and lasting 12 weeks, each of the 30 world-class companies accepted into the program has been assigned to different Dubai government authorities with whom they will collaborate on technological challenges facing the city. Comae Technologies will work directly with the Dubai Police to develop and test forensic memory solutions.


Among driverless cars, 3D printing and other buzzworthy ideas, Comae Technologies and its CEO Matt Suiche will demonstrate pioneering incident response technology in the ultra-modern city of Dubai. Working with the local law enforcement, Comae Technologies will work to transform the way criminals are identified and tracked in the city of over 2 million people.

The Dubai Future Accelerators is the world's largest government-supported accelerator launched by Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai and Chairman of the Dubai Future Foundation, in line with the directives of His Highness Sheikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai. The Dubai Future Accelerators program identifies ground breaking companies from around the world and gives them the opportunity to find and test new solutions to real-life challenges.

H.E. Saif Al Aleeli, CEO of Dubai Future Foundation, added, "As we commence our inaugural program, we are excited to see how the world's most innovative companies and entrepreneurs collaborate with our government to create solutions that will transform the future of Dubai, and possibly the world."

Comae Technologies is a UAE-based cyber-security start-up created by Matt Suiche, a French hacker, entrepreneur and thought leader in the high tech security industry. With his expertise as an independent security researcher, Suiche founded Comae Technologies to fill a noticeable gap in memory forensic solutions. Comae Technologies creates solutions transform the way crime prevention and cyber-incident detection are handled worldwide.

To learn more about the Dubai Future Accelerators program, visit: https://dubaifutureaccelerators.com/en

To learn more about Comae Technologies and their enterprise and law enforcement security solutions, visit: http://www.comae.io/services

SOURCE Comae Technologies