The future of cryptography?

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It’s the year 2030: Quantum computers are capable of cracking all of the public-key algorithms that provided protection for sensitive data in 2021. Hackers use them to access information in private emails and state authorities use them to obtain data belonging to suspicious institutions. Debit card payments are no longer possible, and trading in cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin is vulnerable to attack. Experts predict that within ten years there will be functioning quantum computers capable of calculating mathematical problems such as the prime factorization of very large numbers millions of times faster than today’s normal computers. And those quantum computers would be able to crack encryption methods which we now believe to be secure. How realistic is this prediction, and what does it mean for cryptography? Join this live webcast to - Hear why organizations need to start thinking about post-quantum security threats now: Migrating to post-quantum cryptography will be difficult. One of the key reasons to start thinking about PQ early is to ensure your business is crypto agile; knowing where you use cryptography, understanding its criticality to your operations and to start preparing today for the shape of things to come. - Discover how HSMs provide assurance against unauthorized access to data and identity in a world rife with both internal and external security challenges: Cryptocurrencies and non-fungible tokens (NFTs) are hot investments – representing new forms of digital assets that are disrupting traditional financial services. It’s clear we are witnessing a rapid expansion of the digital asset market and the exponential growth of the role of digital asset custodians.

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