Unlocking the Secrets of Lattice-Based Cryptography and Its Growing Importance in Cybersecurity

As our reliance on technology and the internet continues to grow, the prevalence of cyber threats has increased dramatically. In fact, cybercrime is projected to cost the global economy more than $10.5 trillion annually by 2025, according to a report by Cybersecurity Ventures. To counteract this alarming trend, researchers and developers are constantly seeking new and innovative methods to secure our digital world. One such development is lattice-based cryptography, a relatively new form of encryption that is gaining traction for its potential to withstand attacks from both classical and quantum computers.

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Unleash the Power of Quantum Computing with Q# and the Quantum Development Kit

Mar 05

Welcome to the exciting world of quantum computing! Are you ready to dive into the cutting-edge technology that’s reshaping the future of computing? Get ready to learn about Q# and the Quantum Development Kit (QDK) — the tools that make quantum computing accessible for programmers like you!

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Is Your Data Safe With Quantum Computing?

Feb 14

As technology continues to progress at lightning speed, cybercriminals are becoming increasingly savvy when it comes to exploiting the encrypted data of today’s businesses. However, there is no need to panic! By remaining vigilant and implementing powerful security measures, we can successfully curb the threat posed by “steal now, crack later” quantum computing.

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Can Quantum Computing Help Us To Cure COVID-19?

Jun 11

D-wave, a quantum computing company with headquarters in British Columbia, Canada, has given free access to their quantum systems for anyone working on the COVID-19 crisis. The organization feels that an effective response to COVID-19 requires worldwide collaboration, so the offer for free quantum computing resources is open to countries in North America, Europe, and Asia.

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