Our mission

Our mission is to lead the world to cost-efficient and safe digital security in the Quantum Age.

We provide next-generation encryption solutions for businesses, citizens and governments.

the quantum threat

How Quantum computing is a threat to cyber secutiy?

When quantum computers reach higher levels of computing power and speed, they will be capable of breaking public key cryptography, threatening the security of business transactions, secure communications, digital signatures, and customer information. This is expected to happen once quantum computers reach around 4,000 qubits (“Shor power”). Retro-attacks are already taking place, encrypted data is being recorded today and will be decrypted later.

May 10, 2022
IBM announced the expansion of its roadmap for achieving large-scale, practical quantum computing.

Nov 9, 2022
IBM announced the 433-qubit processor, IBM Osprey

In 2023
IBM intends to introduce the world’s first universal quantum processor with Big Blue’s 1,121 qubits Condor.

IBM’s 2025 goal:
a 4,000+ qubit processor

Read full details on IBM blog:   https://www.research.ibm.com/blog/ibm-quantum-roadmap-2025  

Affected sectors

Banking, Fintech & Online Payments

The subsequent impact of quantum computing on the financial services industry will be profound, unveiling new patterns and outliers for asset managers and arbitrageurs as well as eroding current competitive advantages.

Digital Signatures and personal communication

PKI is in the digital basis of both legal representation of citizens and entities and their actions in the society. Collapsing PKI would result in large scale social and economic negative impacts.

IoT &
Autonomous cars

IoT applications, sensors, and devices gather various user data that are sensitive in nature. Moreover, it requires robust encryption to secure the actual functions/actions managed and controlled by the respective devices.

Critical infrastructure and telecoms

The consequences of quantum computers’  attacks on critical infrastructures and  telecoms will be felt across a country and will often result in economic damage, harm to   citizens and disruption to both businesses and national services.

States and
Public Authorities

While quantum computing has the potential to solve  incredibly complex problems in society today, it will be equally capable of being leveraged maliciously by disruptin nation-states’ functions and activities.




“Quantum computing poses significant risks to the security of cryptography, with the ability to potentially put entire infrastructures, networks and applications at risk for widespread threats”

Michele Mosca, University of Waterloo


“It’s a systematic threat to the global economy, and it’s real enough that you definitely have to plan it for now”

Chris Erven, CEO of KETS


“In today’s world, we don’t go 30 seconds without touching digital technology of some kind, none of which is quantum-safe”



“Our team is developing a suite of scalable, increasingly larger and better processors, with a 1,000-plus qubit device, called IBM Quantum Condor, targeted for the end of 2023”


The technology to make the future world quantum safe.

Symmetric encryption

We use the global standard algorithm AES-256 which is already proven to be quantum safe.

SeQure Key Exchange (SKE)

Key management and distribution system – developed by QAISEC unique system for keys distribution and key agreement.

Quantum Random Number Generation (QRNG)

Apply QRNG from technological partner (ID Quantique) to generate true source of entropy, improving the quality of seed content for key generation (Patented technology)

Digital One-Time Pad (DOTP)

Unbreakable cypher architecture by recreating digitally the “One-Time Pad” (DOTP) algorithm.

Use & Delete

Developed own “Use & Delete” dynamics for secret keys usage by Quantum Key Distribution (QKD) .

Quantum control protocol (QCP)

Encapsulates all elements of SEQURE – QRNG + AES 256/512 + SHA3 + DOTP + SKE + SKS = QCP.

The process behind our quantum resistant technology