The only way organisations will be able to defend against quantum breaches will be to transition to quantum-safe cryptography. Photo: Shutterstock
Michele Mosca
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Michele Mosca

Lightning fast quantum computers mean that we are in a new race to strengthen cybersecurity defences

  • Quantum computers can break codes with astronomically fewer steps, posing a threat to the pillars of today’s cybersecurity defences

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The only way organisations will be able to defend against quantum breaches will be to transition to quantum-safe cryptography. Photo: Shutterstock
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Michele Mosca

Michele Mosca

Michele Mosca serves as a special advisor on cybersecurity to the Global Risk Institute. He obtained his doctorate in mathematics at Oxford on the topic of quantum computer algorithms.

Sonia Baxendale

Sonia Baxendale

Sonia Baxendale is president and CEO of the Global Risk Institute. She also serves as a director on the board of Laurentian Bank, Foresters Financial, RSA Group, Hospital for SickKids Foundation and Toronto Artscape.