Quantum Computing

Quantum machine learning: a new tool in the cybersecurity locker

Quantum computing both threatens cybersecurity – and offers an opportunity to strengthen it.

Quantum computing both threatens cybersecurity – and offers an opportunity to strengthen it. Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Christian Knopf
Senior Manager, Cyber Security, Capgemini
Michael Daniel
President and Chief Executive Officer, Cyber Threat Alliance
Jerome Desbonnet
Vice-President, Chief Technology Innovation Officer, Capgemini
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