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When it comes to securing data, it is not too early to start anticipating the future threat of quantum computing. Today’s cryptographic technology based on elliptic curves will not withstand the onslaught of quantum computers in the future. Data that is being stored today using existing cryptography methods will eventually be cracked by quantum computers capable of exponentially faster computational performance. So now is the time to think about applying new cryptography techniques in anticipation of this quantum computing era in the next 10 to 20 years. One of the leading researchers and implementors of both quantum computing and quantum-resistant security protocols is IBM. IBM Q System One cryostat at CES TIRIAS Research Full story

18 January