Utimaco Webminar 23.9.2020Quantum computing promises to disrupt evolution of technology and enable computations that overburden even today’s most powerful super-computers. But it is also a curse to security, as cryptographic algorithms that proved to be secure for decades may be breached by quantum computers within minutes.

Researchers all around the globe are ambitiously working on a new generation of cryptographic infrastructure and algorithms to withstand the quantum-enforced new generation of attack models. Join us at this webinar and learn more about post-quantum cryptography “PQC”. 

What will you learn?

  • Evolution of quantum computing
  • Impact on current cryptographic algorithms
  • Progress in development and standardization of PQC
  • Roadmap to mass adoption of PQC
  • How Utimaco and CREAplus can help you mitigate the challenge.

Webinar details

 Date: Wednesday, 23 September 2020
 Time: 14:00 – 15:00 CEST (Pre-registration is required)

About the speakers

Nastja ČepakNastja Cepak, PhD, Cybersecurity Expert, CREAplus; Nastja has a PhD in Cryptography, related to the area of symmetric cryptography and block ciphers. In recent years she started applying her theoretical knowledge in practice with CREAplus, where she works with hardware cryptographic solutions, like hardware security modules HSMs, encryption and public key infrastructure PKI, and delivers technical trainings.

AlexandraAlexandra Guennewig, Head of Product Marketing, Utimaco; Alexandra is passionate about bringing technological innovations to the market – and especially about quantum resistant cryptography. She joined Utimaco 5 years ago, where she now heads the Product Marketing department of the Cybersecurity division. Prior to this, she spent 15 years in the Automotive industry working with disruptive technologies.

Need more information?

Please contact Mrs. Marjeta Zupancic from CREAplus at email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone: +386 590 74 270



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