Dubai Police, Comae Technologies partner to tackle cyber-based challenges
The duo will develop and test forensic memory solutions. In addition, Comae Technologies will utilize its cyber-incident response software in corporation with the Dubai Future Accelerators program for 12 weeks, beginning Sept. 18.
Thirty top international countries were accepted into the program and have been assigned different Dubai government authorities to delve into the leading technology based challenges the city faces.
Dubai, home to nearly 2 million people and recognized as one of the world’s most modern cities, will work with Comae Technologies to develop innovative ways criminals are identified and monitored in the city. The company and its CEO, Matt Suiche, will show revolutionary incident response technology, like that found in driverless cars, 3D printing and other state-of-the-art ideas.
Hamdan Al Maktoum, crown prince of Dubai and chairman of the Dubai Future Foundation, launched the Dubai Future Accelerators, the world’s largest accelerator supported by the government, under the direction of Mohammad Al Maktoum, prime minister of the UAE and ruler of Dubai. The goal of the Dubai Future Accelerators program is to recognize original, pioneering companies from across the globe and offer the chance to discover and test new solutions to everyday challenges.
“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,” Saif Al Aleeli, CEO of Dubai Future Foundation, said.
Comae Technologies is widely known for its proficiency as an independent security researcher. French hacker and entrepreneur Matt Suiche founded the UAE-based cyber-security company to meet the needs of those seeking memory forensic solutions. The company is known for its ability to reinvent the way crime prevention and cyber related problems are dealt with worldwide.