Quantum Computing

Organizations should make these 3 changes now to protect against the quantum computing threat

The quantum threat will increase data breaches of sensitive health and financial personal data, challenge the integrity of digital documents and break certain cryptocurrency encryption. Image: Photo by Fractal Hassan on Unsplash

Colin Soutar

Managing Director, Cyber Risk, Deloitte

Isaac Kohn

Partner, Deloitte

Filipe Beato

Lead, Centre for Cybersecurity, World Economic Forum

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