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Quantum risk: the implications of quantum computing on cryptography & cyber insurance

13 April 2023

Online
Quantum risk: the implications of quantum computing on cryptography & cyber insurance

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1 hour's CPD can be claimed for this event if relevant to your learning and development needs.

In this IIL cyber and technology webinar, Dr Michele Mosca introduces the latest Quantum Threat Timeline Report, written in partnership between evolutionQ and the Global Risk Institute, and shares his thoughts on what that means for security professionals, CROs, and cyber insurers. Michele discusses these risks, likely timelines and practical next steps with two experts at the heart of the cyber insurance space – Adelle Gruber and Ed Pocock.

Description

Quantum computing used to be a ‘one-day’ technology. ‘One-day’ has become quite soon, and the technology is moving out of the lab into early commercial usage. Today anyone can get access to basic quantum computers via the Cloud. As a result, previously theoretical concerns around quantum computers’ ability to decrypt data are becoming much more real.

This webinar also discusses the arrival of quantum computers and how this will render many traditional encryption methods redundant.

Learning objectives

  • Understand the basics of quantum computing and the potential timelines
  • Understand why quantum computing is of relevance to encryption and cyber insurance
  • Understand the steps and considerations those involved in cyber insurance should be taking with respect to quantum computing

Speakers

Details

Date:
April 13, 2023
Time:
12:00pm - 1:00pm BST
Category:
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Venue

This is an online event

Organiser

The Insurance Institute of London (IIL)
Phone:
+44 20 7600 1343
Email:
Iil.london@cii.co.uk
Website:
https://www.iilondon.co.uk/home/

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1 hour's CPD can be claimed for this event if relevant to your learning and development needs.