How can we keep our cybersecurity infrastructure secure in the future? Studying and experimenting with quantum communications is now more important than ever. As large-scale deployments of QKD networks are increasingly taking place, it is crucial to educate tomorrow’s quantum workforce. Starting...
In this webinar, jointly hosted by IDQ and Thales, you will learn more about how quantum technologies can help fight the threat of quantum computers. In particular, we will discuss the value of true randomness, obtained from quantum phenomena.
Join us for a thought-provoking webinar on Responsible Quantum Technologies in Switzerland, discussing socio-ethical considerations and proactive strategies for harnessing quantum tech for societal benefits.
In this webinar, Thomas Stengel, QRNG Biz Dev at ID Quantique, will introduce IDQ’s quantum cyber security solutions for space, with a special focus on how you can protect satellites from cyber threats.
As a leading security solution provider since 2007, IDQ has commercialized Quantum Key Distribution (QKD) systems that generate and distribute provably secure keys, to safely encrypt data once and for all. Its products are used by governments, enterprises, industrial customers, and by academic...
See how two major mobile operators have applied QRNG to their new smartphone and discover the wide range of applications they now leverage to offer value-added services and a new level of trust to their customers.
In this webinar, our experts will explain what is at risk, the importance of strong keys in cryptographic algorithms and how Quantum Randomness assures you offer the highest level of security to your customers.
Webinar: How can quantum technology bring value to IoT security?
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