|Defeating Encryption and Cracking Bitcoin/Blockchain with Quantum Computing: Outlook Year 2021 and Beyond
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March 31, 2021 : Online Webinar
9:00-10:00 am Eastern US Time
2:00-3:00 pm London Time
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Defeating Encryption and Cracking Bitcoin/Blockchain with Quantum Computing: Outlook Year 2021 and Beyond
Quantum computing defeating today's encryption still generates many business publication articles today. But what is the status of this threat after 5 years of intensive investment in quantum computing from both government and private industry and what about cracking Bitcoin/Blockchain.
This webinar examines where quantum computing hardware and algorithm developments stand today and what's likely to evolve over the next five years or so. Also, analysts tracking quantum computing shouldn't confuse quantum supremacy projections with the narrow focus of "application specific quantum circuits" specifically designed to defeat encryption and or crack Bitcoin/Blockchain.
This webinar is for cyber security executives and specialists who have the responsibility of assessing the lead time they have before deploying quantum safe cryptography solutions. If you believe nation state security agencies are developing quantum computers to decrypt your past and future intercepted transmission sessions, this high level webinar should be a must attend briefing.
"Keep it simple but not that simple"
Meantime in order to make this lead time assessment for quantum safe cryptography deployment you need to track performance metrics of key components of quantum computing technology. And to do this you need to understand how a quantum computing circuit works when designed for the sole purpose of defeating public key encryption only.
This "30,000 foot view" Webinar (10 sessions, 5 minutes each) Addresses:
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