Matt Suiche joined Magnet Forensics as Director for Memory & Incident Response R&D with the acquisition Comae Technologies, a cybersecurity firm specializing in incident response and memory analysis he founded.
In addition to Comae Technologies’ acquisition by Magnet Forensics in 2022, Matt also co-founded application virtualization start-up CloudVolumes which was acquired by VMware (NASDAQ:VMW) in 2014.
Throughout his career, Matt has worked for companies such as the Netherlands Forensics Institute and Airbus. His most notable research contributions include reversing and documenting the Windows hibernation file format with its compression algorithm LZXPRESS. The initial research that made Mac OS X physical memory analysis possible.Additionally, he published the first Ethereum smart-contract decompiler (Porosity) at DEFCON 25.
Matt frequently appears as a technology subject matter expert on TV in Bloomberg, Associated Press, and digital medias like Cyberscoop, Haaretz, WIRED, WashingtonPost, Motherboard, Techcrunch, The New York Times.
Additionally, Matt is a review board member for various high-end cybersecurity conferences, including Microsoft BlueHat Israel and BlackHat USA, the largest cybersecurity convention in the World.
Currently, Matt is working on his community development project OPCDEx. Check out his latest documentary about OPCDE meeting hackers in Africa here.