Quantum Computing: One Weird Trick to Break RSA Encryption

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What are the security implications of a large, coherent, fault-tolerant quantum computer? Breaking RSA would take trillions of years with a classical computer. Shor’s Algorithm can do it in 100 seconds. This session will discuss the current status of quantum computers and the roadmap to 10 million qubits, Shor’s algorithm, risks to current encryption standards, and post-quantum and quantum cryptography.

Anastasia Marchenkova


Quantum Researcher, Bleximo

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