INTRODUCTION When we analyze the influence of quantum computing in the future of cybersecurity, two possible scenarios arise. One is chaotic and dangerous, where quantum computers are a potential threat due to their extreme computing power, capable of breaking many of the cryptographic systems that are currently used. The cryptography is a vital part of the infrastructure in many industries and on the Internet. In the other scenario, quantum computers
Cybersecurity professionals are working around the clock to fight the ever-evolving safety and security threats that come with the adoption of new technologies. Every year, the Department of Homeland Security sponsors a nationwide campaign to engage the public in creating a safer and more secure cyber environment. Over recent years, virtual private networks (VPNs) have become critical tools for online safety and security. As security breaches become rampant, every individual should consider a
Technology is not only transforming every industry in the world, it’s also deconstructing traditional norms and creating entirely new industries in the process. Needless to say, this tech-driven world is quickly giving rise to lucrative business opportunities that weren’t around just ten or fifteen years ago, which grants you the golden opportunity to launch a thriving career in the digital realm. What’s even better about the tech industry and its
We live in an age of paradox. The way technology has advanced is staggering which means a lot more convenience for us. We have the internet to connect practically everyone in the world. And for most people, we are never too far from a computer or mobile phone which we use to access vast amounts of information. On the other hand, we also live in a world of increased risk.
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