Quantum Business Europe is a brand new digital event which provides a unique platform for IT decision-makers and innovators to explore and discuss insights, showcase the latest innovative projects, and connect with the best and brightest minds in the industry
In the era of transformation, the event aims to empower the business community with the knowledge, skills, technology, and connections that they need to master the 3 dimensions of the quantum revolution: computing, communication, sensing.
IDQ will take part to different sessions on March 17th:
How are Telecom operators preparing for Quantum? (panel discussion at 1.40pm)
It will also feature Andrew Lord (BT), Yewon Gim (AT&T) and Antonio Manzalini (TIM).
- What are the most at-risk telecom infrastructures regarding the threat of quantum computers?
- How to secure already existing telecom equipment with quantum and post-quantum cryptography?
Securing 5G networks with quantum cryptography (talk by Jean-Sébastien Pegon at 2.40pm)
- The world first smartphone with a quantum random number generator chipset
- Integrating quantum key distribution within 5G networks infrastructures
Why quantum technologies matter in mobile phone security (demo session by Thomas Stengel at 1pm)
More info about the event: https://www.quantumbusinesseurope.com/conference-program-march-17th-2021/
About Jean-Sébastien Pegon
Working for ID Quantique as Head of Telecom market, Jean-Sébastien Pegon has a physics and Telecom engineering background and has worked for the past 20 years in Telecoms from R&D to product and Sales management role in startups and Multinationals developing mobile, voice and data secure networks and applications.
About Thomas Stengel
Tom Stengel is the Senior Director of Business Development globally for IDQ QRNG products for quantum enhanced security. Making existing security more secure for consumer and edge products like mobile phones, IoT devices, computing, automotive; to core products in data centers and telecommunications. Extensive background in R&D, marketing and sales of semiconductor processors, AI, and quantum technology.