Andersen Cheng, CEO, Post-Quantum, has agreed to speak on “Cybersecurity in Quantum Communication” at IQT The Hague.

By IQT News posted 07 Jan 2022
(IQT-TheHague) Andersen Cheng, CEO, Post-Quantum, has agreed to speak on “Cybersecurity in Quantum Communication” at IQT The Hague.
A computer auditor by training, Andersen was Head of Credit Risk at JP Morgan, Head of Corporate Development at LabMorgan (JP Morgan’s FinTech investment unit) and also COO of the Carlyle Group’s European Venture Fund. More recently, Andersen ran TRL, a provider of ultra-secure solutions to government – TRL was subsequently sold to L-3, the US Defence Group.
10 years ago Andersen established Post-Quantum, a start-up working to develop encryption capable of withstanding a quantum attack, and the firm is a frontrunner in NIST’s global competition to identify a new cryptographic standard to replace RSA and Elliptic Curve for public-key cryptography. Most recently, using many of Post-Quantum’s R&D innovations, the Company founded Nomidio, a quantum-ready SaaS based biometric authentication and verification business that works to provide a secure way for people to log-in to accounts without all the problems of passwords.

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