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Capital One Bank

Year: 2019

In one of the biggest data breaches ever, a hacker gained access to more than 100 million Capital One customers' accounts and credit card applications earlier this year.

Paige Thompson is accused of breaking into a Capital One server and gaining access to 140,000 Social Security numbers, 1 million Canadian Social Insurance numbers and 80,000 bank account numbers

Cost: $300 million

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State of Georgia

Year: 2019

Officials in Jackson County, Georgia, paid $400,000 to cyber-criminals this week to get rid of a ransomware infection and regain access to their IT systems.

Georgia have ended up paying millions to rebuild their IT network following a similar ransomware attack in March 2018, a cost which ballooned from the initially estimated $2.6 million to around $17 million.

Cost: $17.4 million

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Equifax Settlement

Year: 2019

One of the biggest credit reporting agencies in the United States has reached a $650 million settlement over a massive security breach in 2017.

About 145 million users’ personal data was affected, including names, addresses and social security numbers.

Cost: $650 million

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WannaCry Malware Attack

Year: 2017

"The WannaCry cyberattack which hit 200,000 computers across the world was the result of a 'huge screw-up' by the U.S. government as a result of its spying practices, Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales told CNBC"

Cost: 200,000 computers infected

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Verizon

Year: 2016

"After a data breach at Verizon Enterprise Solutions, a prominent member of a closely guarded underground cybercrime forum posted a thread advertising the sale of a database containing the contact information on some 1.5 million customers of Verizon Enterprise." The entire database was priced at $100,000, or $10,000 for each set of 100,000 customer records.

Cost: $87 million

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Mossack Fonseca

Year: 2016

Better known as the Panama Papers, 11.5 million leaked documents that detail financial and attorney–client information for more than 214,488 offshore entities. The leaked documents were created by Panamanian law firm and corporate service provider Mossack Fonseca; some date back to the 1970s.

Cost: 11.5 million documents leaked

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We are a global cybersecurity company based in New York City.

We believe that privacy is a fundamental right, and we help our customers to protect their most crucial work.

The Fundamentals of Quantum Trilogy

An Ecosystem Built on
Open-Source Software
and Proprietary Quantum Hardware

End to End Encryption
and Key Distribution
Powered by Quantum Physics

A New Generation Technology
Which Operates at Scale
and is Unlimited in Scope

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Quantum cryptography will pave the way while we work towards building a fully quantum secured environment.

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We have developed Quantum Trilogy®, a new generation technology using Quantum Physics to make our customers’ voice and e-mail communications virtually unbreakable.
Our Ecosystem is built on Open-Source Software protected by Proprietary Quantum Hardware.
We power encryption and key distribution via a proprietary Quantum Random Number Generator (QRNG), and we empower the encryption process with quantum entropy. Our technology operates at scale and is unlimited in scope.

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Based in New York City, we have created a quantum-resistant ecosystem using Quantum Physics to prevent security incidents and eavesdropping.
Our Technological Infrastructure, distributed on three continents, powers the Quantum Trilogy Platform® to provide our corporate and public customers uncompromising communications.

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