Notion Digital Forensics
About Matt O'Kane
Matt O’Kane is an accomplished digital forensics and cyber incident responder.
He has over 20 years of experience in the information technology industry.
He is the founder and CEO of Notion Digital Forensics.
Notion (headquartered in Sydney, Australia) provides digital forensics, incident response, and cyber security consulting services to clients across various industries.
Sharing hard-won knowledge with the industry
Matt teaches at UNSW Canberra (city and Australian Defence Force Academy campus) and UNSW Law Edge in Sydney. He is also gives regular guest lectures at international universities. See the end of this post for a full listing of academic contributions in 2023.
Deep technical knowledge
Before founding Notion Digital Forensics, Matt held leadership roles in dotcom and online marketing firms.
He is passionate about helping organisations build strong cyber security postures.
He has worked with clients ranging from small businesses to large multinational organisations.
Cyber breach and insider threat specialities
Matt specialises in insider threat deterrence and investigation, cyber threat deterrence and investigation, training senior military and government personnel, and civil legal experts reports.
With his wealth of knowledge and experience, Matt and the team at Notion Digital Forensics are here to help you navigate the complexities of digital forensics and incident response.
Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can help safeguard your business.
List of educational contributions in 2023
I currently teach a Cyber Security Bootcamp at UNSW Canberra. This is a 40 hour course mostly delivered to national defenders and I run it several times a year.
I also guest lecture for one week a semester in the following subjects as part of the Masters of Cyber Security program in Canberra:
- ZEIT8032 – Information Assurance Principles with Dr Siqi Ma
- ZEIT8018 – Cyber Resilience: Management Governance and Acquisition also Dr Siqi Ma
- In addition, I’ve recently concluded a series of lectures for Imperial College, London on Cyber Governance with Prof Cathy Mulligan for the MBA program.