Daniel is a cryptography researcher at Xtendr, currently working on multiparty anonymization and pseudonymization protocols. He also gained some experience as an IT auditor and a university lecturer. He graduated as a mathematician at Eötvös Loránd University and as a computer scientist at Budapest University of Technology. Currently, he is a PhD candidate in the Doctoral School of Safety and Security Sciences at Óbuda University. His research topics include post-quantum cryptography, provable security, and other mathematical applications in cybersecurity.