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Quantum Horizons: How Thales is Pioneering the Path to Secure Encryption

Is the shift to post-quantum cryptography ushering in a new era of digital security? With the advent of quantum computing, the cryptographic landscape is undergoing a seismic shift, posing significant challenges and opportunities for businesses worldwide.

Today, we’re joined by Robert Burns from Thales, a leading global technology and security provider, to discuss the profound impact of quantum computing on cybersecurity.

In this episode, Robert provides an insightful explainer on the state of cybersecurity in the post-quantum era. We delve into how organizations can effectively transition from legacy cryptography to safeguard their sensitive data against future threats. Thales is at the forefront of this evolution, having recently launched the pioneering Post-Quantum Cryptography (PQC) Starter Kit. This kit represents a significant step forward, offering enterprises a unique opportunity to test their crypto agility and preparedness for quantum disruptions within a trusted lab environment.

Robert will share insights into the development of the PQC Starter Kit, how it enables companies to assess and enhance their cryptographic frameworks, and the importance of crypto agility in an era where traditional cryptographic methods are becoming obsolete. With 61% of organizations yet to outline a strategy for a post-quantum world, the necessity for readiness is more pressing than ever.

Join us as we unravel the complexities of quantum-hardened security measures and discuss how Thales is helping enterprises navigate these uncharted waters. As we ponder the future of digital security, one question remains: Are we on the brink of a cryptography revolution that will redefine how we protect our most critical data?

What are your thoughts on the transition to post-quantum cryptography? Do you think your organization is ready for the quantum age? Share your insights with us.

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