Canada’s Magnet Forensics acquires UAE’s Comae Technologies

Canada’s Magnet Forensics acquires UAE’s Comae Technologies

Magnet Forensics, Canada-based developer of digital investigation solutions for enterprises and public safety organizations, acquired UAE’s Comae Technologies, a cybersecurity firm that specializes in incident response and memory analysis.

Founded in 2016 by Matt Suiche, Comae Technologies is a cybersecurity company that specializes in cloud-based memory analysis used to recover evidence from the volatile memory of devices.

The acquisition will allow Magnet Forensics to accelerate the development of the memory analysis platform within the Magnet Idea Lab, an incubator made up of hundreds of investigators and analysts from leading police agencies and enterprises.

“Memory analysis plays a critical role in incident response investigations because it allows enterprises and public safety agencies to recover buried evidence and understand what happened on devices involved in cyber incidents, very few organizations have the expertise and knowledge to develop memory analysis solutions. With Comae’s platform and the help of its memory analysis experts, Magnet Forensics can address a growing need for our customers while continuing to build on our comprehensive digital investigation platforms,” Adam Belsher, Chief Executive Officer of Magnet Forensics, stated.

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