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Decent Cybersecurity Joins Pioneering €32 Million AIDA Project to Boost Europe’s Cyber Defence

We are excited to share that Decent Cybersecurity is part of a groundbreaking initiative known as the AIDA project, funded by the European Defence Fund (EDF) 2023. This project, aimed at significantly enhancing Europe’s cyber defence capabilities, focuses on harnessing the power of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to create advanced cyber defence agents. What is the…

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Navigating the Quantum Future: EU’s Strategic Roadmap for Post-Quantum Cryptography

Brussels, April 11, 2024 – In an era where digital transformation shapes every facet of our lives, the specter of quantum computing presents both unprecedented opportunities and formidable challenges. The European Commission, in its unwavering commitment to safeguarding the digital landscape, has unveiled a landmark strategy that charts a path toward a secure, quantum-resilient future.…

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Leveraging Blockchain for Space Debris Management: A Path to Sustainable Space Exploration

In the vast expanse of outer space, a growing challenge threatens the future of space exploration and satellite operations: space debris. As the number of satellites and space missions increases, so does the accumulation of debris, posing risks to spacecraft, satellites, and even the International Space Station. Addressing this issue requires innovative solutions, and blockchain…

Revolutionizing the Skies: Insights from the Drone Summit 2024 in Dublin, Ireland

In the rapidly evolving landscape of unmanned aerial systems (UAS), the Drone Summit 2024, held on the 1st and 2nd of March at the RDS in Dublin, Ireland, marked a pivotal moment for industry professionals, innovators, and enthusiasts. This premier event underscored Ireland’s significant contribution to the advancement of drone regulations, technical innovation, and the…

zk-SNARKs and Blockchain in Satellite Communications: Enhancing Privacy and Security

In the boundless arena of space, the fusion of zk-SNARKs and blockchain technology is sparking a revolution in satellite communications. This isn’t just about tech upgrades or adding layers of security; it’s about redefining trust and privacy in the cosmos. Imagine a world where sensitive data can travel securely across the vastness of space, shielded…

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Revolutionizing Space: The Convergence of zk-SNARKs and Software Defined Satellites

In the rapidly evolving landscape of space technology, two groundbreaking innovations stand at the forefront of the next revolution: zk-SNARKs (Zero-Knowledge Succinct Non-Interactive Argument of Knowledge) and Software Defined Satellites (SDS). As the demand for enhanced privacy, security, and flexibility in space operations escalates, the integration of these advanced technologies promises to redefine the boundaries…

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From Classical to Quantum: Bridging the Divide Between von Neumann Architecture and the Future of Computing

The von Neumann architecture and quantum computers represent two fundamentally different approaches to computing, each with its unique strengths, applications, and implications for the future of technology. Understanding the distinction between these two computing paradigms is crucial for grasping the evolution of computing technology and its potential impact on various fields. Von Neumann Architecture The…

Decent Cybersecurity Joins Minister Juraj Blanár in Strengthening Slovak-Indian Ties

In a significant stride towards bolstering Slovak-Indian business relations, Decent Cybersecurity, a leader in the realm of post-quantum encryption and blockchain technology, was prominently featured in a major Slovak business delegation to India. Under the leadership of Minister of Foreign and European Affairs, Juraj Blanár, the delegation aimed to enhance bilateral cooperation across a spectrum…

Strengthening the Final Frontier: Decent Cybersecurity at NATO’s Inaugural Space Reverse Industry Day

Brussels, February 21, 2024 – In an era where the final frontier is becoming as contested as terrestrial battlefields, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) took a significant step forward by hosting its first-ever Space Reverse Industry Day. Decent Cybersecurity was among the select participants in this landmark event, which aimed to bridge the gap…