(IQT-NYC.Conference) Dirk Schapeler, Vice President Digital of Bayer LLC, has agreed to present at IQT-NYC on Panel 2: Quantum technology for the materials sector: pharmaceuticals , the chemical industry, and oil and gas at 9:55 AM April 3. Dirk Schapeler is Vice President Digital at Bayer LLC based in San Jose, CA and leads the…..

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(EuropeReporter.co) Nine more EU countries have signed up for the joint initiative to explore secure quantum communication. Croatia, Cyprus, Greece, France, Lithuania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden and Finland have agreed to work with ten other EU countries towards the development of a quantum communication infrastructure (QCI) across Europe. They have signed the declaration of co-operation launched…..

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Posted by 06 Dec 2019

(Forbes) There is an “entanglement” relating to quantum, and that is its intersection with the Internet of Things (IoT). Security of the IoT is a paramount issue. As quantum computing capabilities advance, we should act now to prepare IoT for the quantum world. The Internet of Things (IoT) refers to the general idea of things…..

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(FedTechMagazine) Many IT decision-makers seem unsure about the basics of quantum technology, and it’s unclear how this new approach might be implemented in federal agencies. Thyagarajan Nandagopal, acting deputy assistant director of the Computer and Information Science and Engineering directorate at the National Science Foundation, points to quantum’s special strength in building and breaking encryption…..

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(FCW.com) An official from the National Institute of Standards and Technology said there’s no near-term danger that modern tools will be able break current encryption methods Despite recent industry claims of quantum supremacy. Matthew Scholl, chief of the Computer Science Division at NIST, said recently that the agency still believes “relevant” quantum codebreaking is still…..

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(YourStory) CYFIRMA, a predictive cyber-threat visibility and intelligence analytics company backed by Goldman Sachs and Zodius Capital, says “Cyber-Criminals Set for Quantum Leap” in its list of 2020 cyber-threat predictions. Quantum Computing threats were one of the predictions. CYFIRMA believes that cyber-criminals set for a quantum leap and states that quantum computing is receiving increased…..

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(SciTechDaily) A new test to check if a quantum computer is giving correct answers to questions beyond the scope of traditional computing could help the first quantum computer that can outperform a classical computer to be realized. By creating a protocol that allows a quantum computer to check its own answers to difficult problems, the…..

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(Phys.org) Harvard University researchers have demonstrated the first material that can have both strongly correlated electron interactions and topological properties, thus paving the way for more stable quantum computing. As it relates to quantum computing, strongly interacting topological materials may be able to protect qubits from forgetting their quantum state, a process called decoherence. “If…..

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(IQT-NYC.Conference)  John Prisco, President & CEO of QuantumXchange will present “Crypto Crossroads: Betting on Non-Math Based Encryption as Quantum Computers Loom” at 10:35 AM April 2 at IQT-NYC. John Prisco is the President and CEO of QuantumXchange, the maker of unbreakable, quantum-safe network encryption. Throughout his more than 25-year career, Prisco has played an essential…..

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(ScientificAmerican) The European Space Agency (ESA) has secured a massive boost to its budget that includes the design of Europe’s first quantum satellite, SAGA — which will form part of a wider European quantum-communication network. SAGA Quantum Satellite Part of ESA’s €12.5 Billion for 2020-22 At a pow-wow of European ministers in Seville, Spain, on…..

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