Europe takes steps towards confirming that the only way to effectively protect data and communications is by using quantum technologies
CAMBRIDGE, United Kingdom, 12 July, 2019 —On 13 June 2019, representatives from 7 member states of the European Union signed a declaration agreeing to jointly explore the development and deployment of quantum communications infrastructure (QCI) throughout the European Union within the next 10 years.
The focus is to ensure critical infrastructure and encryption systems are secured against cyber threats and to protect assets such as smart energy grids, air traffic control, banks, healthcare facilities and more from hacking. This is yet another signal that quantum technologies are here to stay, and that organisations and governments need to act now in order to secure essential digital systems.
CQC’s IronBridge™, is the world’s only certifiable and device independent quantum key generator and therefore provides a foundation for today’s networks and will be critical for the future development of quantum-secure infrastructure and communications systems.
Please follow the link below to access the announcement by the European Commission:
About Cambridge Quantum Computing
Established in 2014, Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC) is a world leading independent quantum computing software company. CQC builds tools for the commercialisation of quantum technologies whose long-term impact will be profound. CQC design solutions that benefit from quantum computing even in its earliest forms and allow the most effective access to these solutions for the widest variety of corporate and government users with a particular focus on encryption and security
For more information about CQC, visit www.cambridgequantum.com