A group of physicists in Australia’s capital city of Canberra are looking away from crypto-based mathematics encryption to work on encryption based on the laws of physics, or more specifically – quantum physics. This form of encryption is deemed ‘unbreakable’.
A group of physicists at the Australian National University (ANU) are hard at work with quantum cybersecurity solutions that potentially help develop ‘unbreakable encryption’.
The endeavor is borne from QuintessenceLabs, a company created in 2008 after ANU researchers discovered quantum physics to significantly improve encryption. Built out of ANU, the [...]