(IQT-NYC.Online) Vikram Sharma, CEO of QuintessenceLabs has agreed to keynote the Inside Quantum Technology NYC vertical QUANTUM SAFE (QKD + QRNGs + PQC) on May 17 at 1:10 pm.
With the power of quantum technology, Vikram Sharma and his company QuintessenceLabs are transforming cybersecurity to safeguard our digital lives.
Recognising the potential of quantum cybersecurity, Vikram Sharma conducted award-winning research to mature this science at the Australian National University (ANU). He founded and leads the Canberra-headquartered company QuintessenceLabs, which is now at the forefront of the quantum cybersecurity industry. The company’s capabilities have received many awards including global runner-up in IBM’s SmartCamp competition, Top 20 Westpac Businesses of Tomorrow, Security Innovation Network’s SINET16 Cyber Security Innovators, and most recently, recognised as a Technology Pioneer by the World Economic Forum. Vikram holds a Master of Science in computer science from the ANU, a Master of Science in management (Sloan Fellow) from Stanford University, and a Doctorate in quantum physics from ANU. Vikram is also the recipient of the 2013 Pearcey State Award for Entrepreneurship, serves on several industry boards and is a member of the National Security College Futures Council at the Australian National University.
IQT-NYC includes panels and keynotes on eight topics critical to those seeking new business revenues from quantum-related opportunities. Each half-day is devoted to a topic and topic coverage at the event comprises:
Vertical FOCUS DAY Schedule
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May 17 Morning — Quantum Computers + Quantum Processors
May 17 Afternoon — Quantum Safe (QKD + QRNGs + PQC)
May 18 Morning — Quantum Sensors
May 18 Afternoon— Quantum Materials and Components
May 19 Morning — Quantum Clouds and Service Providers
May 19 Afternoon — The Quantum Internet
May 20 Morning — Quantum Policy and Funding
May 20 Afternoon — Quantum End Users
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