Christiane Peters, a security architect for Benelux at IBM, warns that organisations must act quickly in carrying out post-quantum risk assessments and invest in post-quantum data protection at the right time.
As part of the broader EU Future and Emerging Technologies program, the EU Quantum Flagship launches its first 20 projects that will focus on four key areas of quantum technologies: communications, computing, simulation and metrology/sensing.
Earlier this month, the United States published its first coherent Cyber Strategy in a generation. Aligned to the four pillars of the National Security Strategy, it outlines how the US should benefit from a secure cyberspace, including Quantum Safe Cryptography.
In a report published this month, Hudson Institute looks in more detail at the national security threat posed by quantum computers and the state of quantum cybersecurity. The report also compares the strategies employed by China and the US, before advocating for the development of a holistic...
Following a report from the IBM Institute for Business Value, we look at the importance of Quantum Random Number Generation (QRNG) and Quantum Key Distribution (QKD) in a post-quantum world and offer advice on how organisations can prepare their cybersecurity for the quantum age.