This research line is double-edged. One edge, known as post-quantum cryptography, is the development of cryptography that is difficult to break for attackers armed with large quantum computers. The goals are to improve existing schemes for this, to develop new efficient quantum-safe protocols and to analyse attacks that can be run on large quantum computers. The other edge, known as quantum cryptography, is the design and investigation of protocols that solve cryptographic problems that involve quantum data and quantum communication.
“You need at least a million qubits to crack financial transactions. It will take at least ten years before we have that capacity. Hopefully security guards have already taken measures by then. And we have already achieved very different successes with quantum technology.”
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