QuintessenceLabs Secures Funding from In-Q-Tel
2020 Global CyberTech100 Award
The Quantum Daily Names Vikram Sharma Top Quantum Computing Executive
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Cybersecurity operations are facing huge challenges due to COVID-19, and while there is no silver bullet, the World Economic Forum has 5 principles for effective leadership in our post-pandemic "new...Jul 27, 2020
QuintessenceLabs Founder and CEO, Vikram Sharma recognized as one of the top 22 key executives shaping the quantum computing industryJul 17, 2020
QuintessenceLabs is among the handful of security specialists recently awarded million dollar contracts to boost cutting edge cyber technologiesJul 17, 2020
Dr. Jane Melia and Bob Gourley from OODA discuss the game changing Promise of Quantum ComputingApr 30, 2020
Three cybersecurity companies, Vault Cloud, QuintessenceLabs and Ziroh Labs, have launched a secure and scalable package for enterprise file synchronisation and sharing systems in Australia.Aug 13, 2019
Leader in quantum cybersecurity lands strategic investor and expands quantum-safe portfolio CANBERRA, Australia--(BUSINESS WIRE)--QuintessenceLabs, the leader in quantum-cybersecurity solutions, announced today that it secured an investment from In-Q-Tel, Inc. (IQT),...Feb 19, 2020
The Minister for Industry, Science and Technology, the Hon Karen Andrews MP, announced last week that an industry consortium, including quantum cyber-security firm QuintessenceLabs, has been awarded $3M to support...Aug 20, 2019
Simple and effective qRand feeds high-speed true random to entropy-limited applications QuintessenceLabs has announced the release of a new software daemon that directly addresses a common performance and security problem....Mar 12, 2019
QuintessenceLabs, the leader in quantum-enhanced cybersecurity, today announced the release of an enhanced version of their KMIP client software development kit (SDK), qClient. The new qClient, developed in partnership with...Feb 25, 2019
CANBERRA, AUSTRALIA, January 20, 2019 – Global leader in cyber security, QuintessenceLabs, today announced founder and CEO Vikram Sharma’s participation at the World Economic Forum’s 2019 Annual meeting in Davos-Klosters...Jan 23, 2019
Hudson Institute initiative marks breakthrough in quantum-focused security standards Canberra, Australia – January 8, 2019 – Australia-based cybersecurity firm QuintessenceLabs joined other security companies in developing and supporting the first...Jan 8, 2019
Australia’s Digital Trust Report 2020
Australia’s economic growth and job creation relies on digital trust and having a globally competitive cybersecurity industry is critical, as outlined in AustCyber’s Australia’s Digital Trust Report 2020.
2020 Australia Encryption Trends Study
As this new Ponemon Institute study shows, as we begin to use new digital initiatives and increase use of the cloud, many are expanding their encryption, especially in Australia where compliance is king!
2020 Global CyberTech100 Award
QuintessenceLabs wins Global 2020 CyberTech100 Award as one of the most innovative companies for finance tech sector.
CSIRO Growing Australia’s Quantum Technology Industry Report
Read this compelling CSIRO industry report, Growing Australia’s Quantum Technology, which outlines the opportunities a thriving quantum technology sector can unlock for Australia.
Factoring RSA Keys in the IoT Era
RSA keys are at risk of compromise when using improper random number generation, so IoT device manufacturers must ensure they have access to sufficient entropy, as shown by our partner Keyfactor’s research report.
There’s Nothing Random About QuintessenceLabs’ Strategy
QuintessenceLabs continues to move quantum key distribution toward the mainstream with its partnerships and proofs of concept.
QuintessenceLabs ‘tunnels’ into the quantum key opportunity
Check Owen Roger’s report from 451 Research on how QuintessenceLabs is using quantum tunneling to create uncrackable codes.
A Primer on Quantum Security
“This report provides a beginner’s guide to quantum key exchange based on what Einstein called ‘spooky action at a distance.”
Quantum Computing: How to Address the National Security Risk
The characteristics of quantum computers and quantum technology, will define the future of global information technology for decades, possibly centuries, to come.