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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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Year: 2015

"A hacker has acquired the records of 15 million T-Mobile customers and people who had applied for credit, the company reported. The breach, which affected two years worth of records,occurred at Experian, the vendor that processes T-Mobile's credit applications, T-Mobile CEO John Legere said in a post on the site."

Cost: $20 million (The Register)

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Year: 2014

A cyberattack occurred between late February and early March, compromising 145 million accounts of personal information, customer names, encrypted passwords, email addresses, physical addresses, phone numbers and dates of birth. No financial information was taken, according to eBay.

Cost: $200 million (Protection Group International)

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JPMorgan Chase

Year: 2014

Despite the bank spending $250 million annually on cybersecurity, a cyberattack against Chase compromised usernames, addresses, phone numbers and email addresses of 6 million households and 7 million small businesses.

Cost: $1 billion (Protection Group International)

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Year: 2014

Sony Pictures Entertainment was the target of a cyberattack that leaked internal documents, including embarrassing emails and the annual salaries of senior executives. The attack also compromised employee names, Social Security numbers, credit card information and bank account information affecting about 3,000 current and former employees.addresses.

Cost: $35 million (Sony Pictures)

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Why Quantum Trilogy

We are a multicultural firm with roots in the United States and Switzerland which makes it possible for us to effectively help you protect your work. We give you access to quantum-safe encryption – which provides absolute protection to your voice communications, e-mails and your infrastructure.

A Quantum Communication Platform

from other organizations
and government agencies

Innovative technologies
based on
quantum mechanics

Roots in Switzerland
for utmost confidentiality,
protected by Swiss privacy laws

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


We address our corporate clients’ need to protect their most important work and communicate safely.

To guarantee unconditional security, we have partnered with top Swiss cybersecurity experts to develop the Quantum Trilogy Platform, leveraging the astonishing properties of quantum mechanics to protect your data.

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About us

Quantum Trilogy offers quantum-safe technologies that provide far greater security than the existing methods to protect your work. Based in New York City and Switzerland, we leverage the properties of quantum mechanics to prevent security incidents and reduce the impact of data breaches.

Our Swiss based infrastructure powers the Quantum Trilogy Platform to deliver unique encrypted chat and e-messaging applications.

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