André Reichow-Prehn is a managing partner for Central Europe at Unit 42. His expertise ranges from communication interception, exploits, digital forensics to cybersecurity architecture with a focus on military and government systems and he has held national and international public presentations with the topics innovative network security, zero-day-exploits, and cyber warfare.
Prior to joining Unit 42, André was a cybersecurity consulting partner at EY, where he focused on industrial cybersecurity. Previously to his time at EY, André was a senior manager at PwC, responsible for threat intelligence and incident response in Germany. He was formerly the head of cybersecurity programs at Rheinmetall Electronics GmbH, where he worked on the business development of Rheinmetall’s cyber intelligence, cybersecurity, and cyber services portfolio. He worked in the defense industry for over seven years with a focus on large military and security projects mainly in the Middle East. Before his time in the defense industry, he worked many years as a director for a German TecDAX company specialized in semiconductor technology for renewable energies.