Entrust Engage is an open forum for the most influential leaders in digital security. In this podcast series, we explore the world of quantum cryptography by discussing topics like blockchain, key generation, crypto currency, and non-fungible tokens with guests ranging from CEOs to quantum physicists. Join our host Samantha Mabey to get insider insights on how the world of digital security will be affected by the advances that quantum technology will bring.
In this episode, world renowned quantum academic Dr. Michele Mosca deputy director of the Institute for Quantum Computing, and founder and CEO of evolutionQ and Mike Ounsworth, Software Security Architect at Entrust will be gazing into the quantum computing crystal ball. They’ll be discussing timescales, the NIST PQC competition, post quantum digital certificates and then cogitating on what organizations should be doing to prepare ...
In this episode, Richard Moulds, General Manager of AWS Braket, discusses the current state of quantum computers. What developments we can expect in the coming years, what are the challenges, what are the applications, and how are organizations tapping into their capabilities now and in the future? Richard provides engaging insight into how he sees it playing out and how we might achieve the democratization of quantum computing mak...
In this episode, Duncan Jones, Head of Cybersecurity at Cambridge Quantum Computing part of Quantinum discusses the potential of quantum computers today, cryptographic keys, and how quantum randomness can be harnessed in the development of random number generators (RNGs).
In this episode, blockchain expert Jon Geater, Chief Product & Technology Officer at RKVST (formerly Jitsuin), and Pali Surdhar, Director of Product Security at Entrust, break down the migration of today's distributed ledger technology to one that is quantum-resistant and address how blockchain technology will be affected in a post-quantum world.
In this episode, award-winning quantum physicist and CEO of Nu Quantum, Dr Carmen Palacios-Berraquero discusses the science of quantum computing, the main technologies currently at play in the industry, and the benefits that our growing understanding of quantum physics will enable.
In this episode, Greg Wetmore, Vice President of software development at Entrust, provides a gentle introduction into the topic of quantum computing and what's being done - and should be done - to prepare for the post-quantum world.
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Entrust Greg Wetmore (guest) - Vice President Software Development, Entrust
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