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Transforming cybersecurity through quantum computing

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We speak with Duncan Jones, Head of Security for Quantinuum.

Quantum computers are getting stronger every day and when powerful enough, experts believe they will be able to break standard encryption. Today, bad actors are employing a ‘hack now, decrypt later’ strategy to access data when encryption is breached. Executives can discuss how the bank is mitigating this current and future threat to become ‘quantum resilient.’

Quantum Computing is set to have a huge impact on cybersecurity. Much of the discussion today is around the threat that it could pose to the foundation of security systems, but there is also enormous potential for quantum computing to transform the security of communications and data.

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