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The National Quantum Initiative Act was signed into law last week

President Donald Trump on Friday signed legislation ramping up quantum computing research and development. This is an important step for the US to catch up with the Chinese, who rumored to be spending $2 billion per year on quantum science. https://www.commerce.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/2018/12/thune-and-nelson-applaud-senate-passage-of-the-national-quantum-initiative-act

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Qubitekk featured in The New York Times

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/12/03/technology/quantum-encryption.html

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DOE Invests $28 Million to Advance Cybersecurity of U.S.

The U.S. Department of Energy this week announced awards of up to US$28 million to support the research, development, and demonstration (RD&D) of next-generation tools and technologies to improve the cybersecurity and resilience of the nation’s critical energy infrastructure https://www.tdworld.com/smart-grid/doe-invests-28-million-advance-cybersecurity-us-energy-infrastructure/  

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‘Darknet’ and quantum communications could enhance grid cybersecurity, scientists tell Senate

The darknet system could be made more secure with the introduction of quantum communications technology, said Duncan Earl, president and chief technology officer at Qubitekk, Inc. https://www.utilitydive.com/news/darknet-and-quantum-communications-could-enhance-grid-cybersecurity-scie/508357/  

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Hackers Global Security Attacks

Cyber Warfare May Have Similar Impact on Security as Nukes

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.

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Defending Against Hackers of the Future

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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