CEO Corner: Quantum Cryptography

This techie aims to put India at the forefront of hack-proof communication.

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QNu’s technology comes at a time when services are rapidly digitising in India and enterprises in the country are witnessing increasing cases of sensitive data exposure risks and breaches. However cyber attacks cannot only be conducted using normal computers. Gupta cautioned that as 'quantum computers' get adequately powerful they would be able to easily decrypt today's internet communication. Quantum computers exist today but are experimental, small and include only a few quantum bits. Tech giants such as Google, IBM, Intel and Microsoft are already working on it. 

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