Quantum computing promises to create the most fundamental change in the history of computing. The increases in processing power and speed will enable new capabilities that would take years — or maybe are simply not possible — using “classical” computing technologies. From molecular and financial modeling to weather forecasting and artificial intelligence, quantum computing represents the biggest advance in decades.
Perhaps the greatest impact — and most dangerous threat — will be in cryptography. Capable of instantly breaking today’s strongest data encryption algorithms, quantum computing is a major focus of governments, multinational corporations, and a growing number of startups around the globe. Theoretically, the first organization to build a quantum computer will have the power to break any existing security key anywhere, potentially wreaking havoc on entire societies, militaries, and economies. The race is on.
- When will quantum computing find its way into production?
- How will organizations be able to protect against potential misuse?
- Has the US fallen behind other countries in the quantum computing race?
Join us on November 15 to find out.
- Brady Forrest, Operating Partner, ETW Advisors
- Alexei Marchenkov, Founder and CEO, Bleximo
- Louis Parks, Founder and CEO, SecureRF
- Pete Shadbolt, Chief Science Officer, psiQuantum
- Hratch Achadjian, Quantum Computing & AI, Head of Business Development – North America, Google
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