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Quantum Computing and its security implications

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Interested in Quantum Computing and its security implications? Jim Keeler presented on this topic at the 2018 Innotech Cybersecurity Conference in Oklahoma City, OK, USA.

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Abstract: Quantum and promises to change the computing landscape in the near future. For example, cracking encryption that would take millions of years on a current supercomputer could be done in seconds on a quantum computer. This is no longer science fiction. D-Wave has shipped several quantum computers and IBM announced that they will have a quantum computer within two years. Quantum network encryption and quantum key exchange is available today via various companies. This presentation will help people understand quantum computing, how it works, what is available now and what the future may bring.
 

 

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