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Why are Current Quantum Computers “Noisy”​?

Read this blog post by Andreas Baumhof to understand what is meant by quantum computers “noise” and how “noisy” are they.

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Quantum Politics

As quantum computers start to mature, they pose a very real threat of breaking public key cryptography, with serious implications on privacy, security and global trade.

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How Quantum Physics can make Encryption Stronger

TED talk by our CEO Vikram Sharma on how to fight quantum with quantum to defend against the most sophisticated attacks.

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Quantum-Enhanced Cyber Security

Quantum tech is bursting into our lives – how can businesses stay cyber secure? Watch this interview with our CEO, Vikram Sharma, to learn more.
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Quantum Computing and Cryptography

Infosecurity Magazine features Andreas Baumhof on the challanges of quantum safety and the deal with quantum computing and cryptography.

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QKD for Quantum Safety

Quantum Safety

Learn how Quantum Key Distribution (QKD) has become an essential part of quantum safety.

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Webinar: Building Quantum-Resilient Data Security

Watch the recorded webinar on building quantum-resilient data security to learn about Quantum Computing, its significant implications on data protection and what can be done to build a quantum resilient security strategy.
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Living in a Quantum-Safe World

Quantum technology is bringing about a new age of computing, with advances in science and medicine, and much more. However, it also brings serious security concerns – quantum-powered cyber attacks could easily defeat today’s encryption algorithms, for instance.

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Quantum for Business (Q2B) Conference

Andreas Baumhof, Vice President of Quantum Technologies, few takeaways from the Quantum for Business Conference.

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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.
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CSA: Quantum-Safe Security Awareness Survey

The Cloud Security Alliance report explores overall awareness and understanding of quantum security risk as part of a larger effort to develop a future framework for addressing these threats.

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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.”

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Quantum Key Distribution Systems Compared

The main quantum key distribution (QKD) systems being developed are Discrete Variable QKD and Continuous Variable QKD. We examine both systems and discuss the advantages of CV-QKD.
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What is Quantum Key Distribution (QKD)?

What is quantum key distribution (QKD) and why does it matter? This technical paper explores how quantum physics provides a key exchange solution that is absolutely secure and future proof.

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CSA: What is Quantum Safe Security?

Public Key Infrastructure securing the exchange of encryption keys is vulnerable to improvements in processing power, particularly Quantum Computers. This CSA paper discusses that challenge.

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CSA: What is Quantum Key Distribution?

This paper from CSA provides an overview of QKD technology and how it relies on fundamental laws of nature, making it secure against the most powerful eavesdroppers.
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451 Research: Key Generation In The Quantum Realm

Learn how we apply quantum physics to data security by generating encryption keys based on a quantum source rather than deterministic algorithms.

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CSA: What are Quantum Random Number Generators?

This paper from the Cloud Security Alliance discusses the risks associated with poor RNG and how quantum random number generators can address them.

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