The warning from QuintessenceLabs’ CTO John Leisoboer is stark. “When sufficiently powerful quantum computers become generally available,” he says, “it’s guaranteed to break all existing cryptographic systems that we know of.”
Stories by George Nott
It’s prime time for scams warns the Australian Taxation Office, as it notes an annual spike in the number of email and phone scams reported around tax time.
Customers can now use the mobile payments platform to make contactless in-store purchases using an ANZ Visa debit or credit card or ANZ American Express card. The bank said Mastercard cards were expected to “follow quickly”.
The race to build the world’s first true quantum computer is on, with huge potential payoffs for businesses that harness the technology before their competitors.
ANZ Banking Group has a “moral obligation” to collaborate with other organisations to help improve cyber security, says the bank’s global head of information security.
ANZ’s core banking system is “not a hindrance” and the bank is not considering an overhaul like its rivals, says CIO Scott Collary.
Centre for Quantum Computation and Communication Technology is leading a global race to develop a quantum computer
One in two Australian Internet users in Australia use Dropbox. Worldwide, more than 1.2 billion files are saved to the cloud storage service every 24 hours. And until recently, all those files were sitting in Amazon Web Services’ public cloud.
Less than a minute into my phone call with QuintessenceLabs’ CTO John Leiseboer, he goes silent. There’s a click, a bleep, and he’s back on the line.
Individuals, start-up organisations and companies are being called on to enter the The Learner Log Book Innovation Challenge.
Australian web traffic will grow at a rate of 21 per cent a year for the next five years, according to Cisco’s latest annual Virtual Networking Index (VNI).
The cost of a data breach to Australian companies is on the decline, bucking the global trend, according to a study.
The NSW Electoral Commission says it is considering a suggestion that it release the source code of its vote-counting software following the discovery of bug by a group of researchers.
Samsung Pay launched today in Australia allowing Amex and Citibank card holders to make in-store purchases with their Samsung smartphones.
CSIRO scientists, working with RMIT University and Queensland University of Technology, have now found a way to extend the life of lithium batteries, potentially removing the ‘range anxiety’ surrounding electric cars.