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It now seems kind of quaint that cybercriminals go after computers. The kind of threats we now expect to have, have a much larger appetite. A recent Freedom of Information request has revealed that London's world-famous tourist attractions, such as the National History Museum, Kew Gardens and the Tate art galleries have been attacked over 109 million times in the last few years.  In America, ransomware gangs seem no longer satisfied with office networks and home computers. In fact, the...  
Security professionals, academics and researchers are all rising to meet quantum threats with great enthusiasm. Researchers at the MIT have just developed a cryptography circuit which can protect low-power IoT devices from quantum threats. Developments like this are encouraging, even if they might seem premature. Quantum computing won’t be available for another 10 to 15 years to all but the most powerful, well resourced actor. The industry is quite right to get ahead of these threats because a...  
In 2002, the general public was discovering what would later be called predictive analysis. Through the film Minority Report, science fiction crossed paths with an emerging technology. Today, it is quantum computing that makes filmmakers dream. At the beginning of March, subscribers to the Hulu service will be able to discover a mini-series, Devs. Quantum computing is at the heart of the plot. The pitch is simple: « Devs is centered around Lily Chan, a computer engineer investigating a quantum...  
Research from Juniper Research has suggested that cybercriminals will have stolen 12 billion records by the time we reach the end of 2019 and estimate that could be as much as 33 billion in 2023. With the growth in digital and connected technologies, cyber attacks are becoming a larger problem by the day. As you might expect, with the likely promise of financial gain, banks are prime targets for any form of cybercrime. To combat the threat, it is important that banks update and review their...  
2019 has been an interesting year for the field of quantum computing. Google’s recent announcement about achieving “quantum supremacy” undoubtedly got a lot of attention, although questions remain about what that achievement really means. Nevertheless, industry and academia continue making strides toward developing a commercial quantum computer and refining quantum security methods. Last year we looked at five significant trends in the industry, all of which continue to play out. With 2020...  
The use of quantum algorithms in artificial intelligence techniques will boost machines’ learning abilities. This will lead to improvements in the development, among others, of predication systems, including those of the financial industry. However, we’ll have to wait to start these improvements being rolled out. The processing power required to extract value from the unmanageable swaths of data currently being collected, and especially to apply artificial intelligence techniques such as...  
As quantum computing moves out of the research labs. Companies are starting to invest in it. But France publishes a report and sets up a working group. No concrete action is announced for the moment. Florence Parly, Minister of the Armed Forces, Bruno Le Maire, Minister of the Economy and Finance, Frédérique Vidal, Minister of Higher Education, Research and Innovation, and Cédric O, Secretary of State for Digital Affairs, were today presented with the conclusions of the Quantum Report: the...  
Curious to see what's behind the scenes? Or at least part of it... IBM has just published a very short video, in which it offers you a tour of its quantum computer, IBM Q System. It is the replica of the IBM Q, installed in the aisles of the CES in Las Vegas, which is presented to you.  
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