Video: Post-Quantum Cryptography in Digital Banking
The security of digital banking systems often relies on strong cryptography. However, the algorithms we currently know and take for granted, such as RSA or ECC, are threatened by a new computational paradigm and a machine with an unprecedented force: the quantum computer. These algorithms will ultimately not withstand this new challenge. The question is not "if" they break, but "when."
In our video, learn what the current state of the post-quantum cryptography (PQC) is, understand the impact of quantum computing on digital banking, why you should care about it now, and what you can do in late-2020 or early-2021, and in 5 years.
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