Session
Quantum Computing

Verifiable Quantum Physics at the Foundation of Zero Trust: Securing Users, Devices, and Networks with Maximum Strength

Tuesday, September 27
1:40 pm - 2:30 pm EDT

The security of our digital experience spanning websites, secure communications, code signing, and document signing, etc., relies on layers of existing security infrastructure built on a footing of encryption capabilities including key management, algorithms, and generation. While there has been much focus on algorithms and management, the issue of predictability in key generation is not frequently discussed, despite its role in determining encryption outcomes and ultimately the effectiveness of Zero Trust Architecture. This discussion will focus on the topic of key predictability, the importance of guaranteeing random key generation, and how verifiable quantum processes are being used by enterprise organizations today to maximize protection against attacks at the foundational layer of cybersecurity, now and into the future.

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