Although universal Quantum computers are some way off, it is imperative that enterprises, custodians of public key infrastructure and critical infrastructure, and telecoms operators secure their networks for the inevitable Quantum future. NIST is at the forefront of developing Quantum resistant algorithms, and this session gives you the opportunity to hear the latest on their work.
If your business model relies on customer trust, secure data, or platforms/ networks that will last for 10+ years, then you must be developing a Quantum security strategy today. If not, your data, your customer’s data, and your platforms are at severe risk. Join this panel to understand how different companies are rising to the challenge.
This case study will explore one of the very first real-world examples of a Quantum network. Developed by BT and key partners, Andrew will take you through the process, goals and results of the project, as well as an insight into next steps.
Europe is leading the way in Quantum communications infrastructure. Hear this case study on how QKD may enable the communications of the future.
You will see how the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund in Quantum Technologies is supporting a growing quantum industry here in the UK. Chris will be joined by Carmen Palacios-Berraquero (Nu Quantum), Mandy Birch (Rigetti), Miriam Cha (Rahko), John Morton, Simon Benjamin (Quantum Motion Technology) and Max Sich (Aegiq).
To close Quantum.Tech Digital Week, hear Rhys Lewis, Director of the Quantum Measurement Institute at the UK’s NPL, give a vision of a Quantum future, what hurdles need to be overcome, and where the near-term opportunities are for enterprise adopting Quantum at scale.