Quantum Computing

Quantum Tech's Path to Commercialization Will Be a 2023 NIST Priority

The National Institute of Standards and Technology spearheaded applied quantum research in 2022, and looks to further stand up the growing industry in the coming year.

Standards Development a ‘Critical’ Issue for US-EU Trade and Tech Council

The bilateral group’s agenda heading into 2023 will include emerging technologies like quantum computing and artificial intelligence, State Department Undersecretary Jose Fernandez said.

Preparations for Quantum Cyber Threat Get a Senate Boost

The bill would require an annual report to Congress from the Office of Management and Budget with the goal of identifying funding needed for agencies’ transition to post-quantum cryptography.

U.S. Joins France in New Quantum Tech Partnership

Both countries will work together to develop and advance critical quantum technologies, the next step in the Biden administration’s larger push for global quantum leadership.

White House Begins to Push Federal Post-Quantum Cryptography Migration

The Office of Management and Budget released new guidance to begin the governmentwide effort to safeguard digital infrastructure from quantum attacks.

US and Switzerland Enter Quantum Partnership

The State Department confirmed U.S. participation in another bilateral partnership focused on technological innovation.

Commercial Availability, Consequences Best Approach for Post-Quantum Transition

Ann Cox, the lead at the Department of Homeland Security’s research office, emphasized community engagement and technological needs for a successful quantum-resilient future.

DOE Grants $400,000 to Professor’s Quantum Computing Research

The Biden administration has developed new partnerships in academia to advance such research.

Department of Energy to Fund Biotech Research to Support Clean Energy

The agency announced $178 million in federal funding toward bioenergy studies, with a heavy emphasis on microbial research.

NSA Releases Post-Quantum Algorithms, Aims for Full Implementation by 2035

The National Security Agency worked in conjunction with NIST to prepare stakeholders for upcoming quantum cryptographic requirements. 

CISA Warns Critical Infrastructure to Prepare for Mass Post-Quantum Systems Migration

Quantum computing is the latest frontier in technological innovation, and its hacking potential has regulators advising companies to begin to safeguard their networks. 

New Quantum Hardware Could Allow Computers to Process Information More Naturally

Current quantum computers are stuck using binary processes designed for traditional computers.

Understanding NIST’s Post-Quantum Encryption Standardization and Next Steps for Federal CISOs

The National Institute of Standards and Technology recently chose new cryptographic algorithms to defend against quantum computers.

More Quantum-Focused Legislation Aims to Implement Stronger Cryptography Standards

The bipartisan bill seeks to fortify federal networks as innovation in quantum computing poses new threats to national security.