LIG Nex1 ties up with research university to secure quantum defense capabilities

LIG Nex1 ties up with research university to…

[ad_1] [Courtesy of LIG Nex1] SEOUL -- LIG Nex1, a defense contractor in South Korea, tied up with a state research university to secure future defense capabilities based on quantum technology that could have significant…

A symphony for secure banking (via Qpute.com)

[ad_1] The high degree of banking on technology has come in handy for the financial sector during this pandemic. It enabled banks to continue offering uninterrupted services and reach out to customers. In fact, the…

Samsung Galaxy A Quantum Aims to be the…

[ad_1] Samsung has unveiled a new smartphone in partnership with South Korean operator SK Telecom, dubbed Galaxy A Quantum. As the name suggests, the Samsung Galaxy A Quantum uses quantum encryption technology to enhance data…

Coming soon-Indian cyberspace: Secure bhi, private bhi (via…

[ad_1] With the vision of a trillion-dollar digital component, accounting for one-fifth of the $5-trillion national economy, the importance of cyberspace in India would only keep growing.With the vision of a trillion-dollar digital component, accounting…

What To Expect — And How To Secure…

[ad_1] Quantum computing promises to solve difficult problems — and create entirely new ones. We don’t have quantum computers just yet. But we anticipate they are on the horizon. Eminent cryptographers speaking at February’s RSA…

Staying Secure In A Post-Quantum World (via Qpute.com)

[ad_1] After years of anticipation, advances in quantum computing are finally beginning to reach commercial applications. Last year, IBM introduced the IBM Q System One, the world’s first integrated universal quantum computing system designed for…