Tag Archives: cryptography


Blockchain Security in the Quantum Age 🔒🧬

I had the great pleasure to give a talk about Blockchain and the threats to it by Quantum Computing. It was a co-meetup of Quantum Computing Vienna and DLT Austria (Blockchain, Crypto, DeFi, NFT, Web3) Community hosted by Lean Coders. Some impressions of the event…

And also the slides are here available for download:


The interplay between cyber security and business analysis

I was invited by Michael Schenkel of t2Informatik to be guest author for the companies blog and offered to write about any favorite topic. And what could come closer being one of my hot topics than the intersection of business analysis and security? Maybe business analysis and quantum computers, but this will be an article for Adrian Reeds BA Digest soon.… Read more » “The interplay between cyber security and business analysis”


We are quantum!

“We are quantum!”See – yes, finally after a long time, Austria has a again a Nobel Prize winner. Probably everyone already knows that physicist Anton Zeilinger from Austria has won the Physics Nobel Prize 2022 together with his colleagues John F. Clauser and Alain Aspect. The topic: “for experiments with entangled photons, establishing the violation of Bell inequalities and pioneering quantum information science”.… Read more » “We are quantum!”