On Security Now, Steve Gibson and Leo Laporte discuss the White House issuing a memorandum about the threat from quantum computing and the state of quantum computing today.
Franc Milburn s a former UK intelligence officer and paratrooper. Franc shares his interest in post-quantum military technology, UFOs, UAPs, and geopolitics, and international relations.
CNBC’s Eamon Javers reports on the U.S. drive to lead the race for quantum computing. Javers speaks with IonQ president and CEO, Peter Chapman, and University of Maryland president, Darryll Pines, about the effort. CNBC’s Kate Rooney reports on the… Read More »Foreign countries aggressively trying to steal U.S. quantum computing discoveries
Recently, Anastasia Marchenkova was a moderator at the Inside Quantum Technology panel in New York on Quantum Computing and cryptocurrencies. Now, I’ve talked a lot about quantum attacks on bitcoin, quantum safety of other cryptocurrencies, so I was really excited… Read More »Cryptocurrencies and Quantum Computing: An Imminent Threat?
The advent of the quantum compute promises to usher in a new age of computing. But the scale of this power could also be used to crack open just about every data security system we rely on. Can Quantum Key… Read More »Can Quantum Key Distribution Save the Internet?
This video featuring NIST’s Matthew Scholl emphasizes how NIST is working with the brightest minds in government, academia, and industry from around the world to develop a new set of encryption standards that will work with our current classical computers—while… Read More »Post-Quantum Cryptography: the Good, the Bad, and the Powerful
Using special purpose hardware and the physics of quantum mechanics you can distribute cryptographic keys to be used in a standard symmetric key cryptography way, but is it worth it? Why would we want to distribute keys this way? What… Read More »Does anybody really need QUANTUM KEY DISTRIBUTION?