San Diego startup, Qubitekk, will benefit from a $3M Department of Energy grant to speed the development of unhackable quantum encryption technology that will protect the country’s power grid from cyber attack. Under the DOE’s Cybersecurity for Energy Delivery Systems…
Month: December 2015
A country with professional computer programmers and access to intelligence gathering capabilities has great potential for affecting global security as nuclear weapons did 50 years ago, Dr. Duncan Earl, Chief Technology Officer of Qubitekk Inc. told RT.
Fully functioning quantum computers don’t exist yet, but a lot of really smart scientists think they soon will. A two-year-old startup’s 12 employees spend their days trying to figure out what to do if the bad guys get there first.
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