The 10th ETSI/IQC Quantum Safe Cryptography Conference,organized by ETSI and the Institute for Quantum Computing is hosted by the Centre for Quantum Technologies, National University of Singapore in Singapore.
The conference begins with the Executive track taking place on 14 May 2024.
Business leaders worldwide are increasingly taking concrete steps to prepare for the quantum era: protecting business continuity, the resilience of critical cyber systems, and the integrity and confidentiality of information assets.
The Executive Track on 14 May is a high-level session, specially designed for business executives, including CEOs, CTOs, and CISOs. This one-day event is an opportunity to get an executive-level overview of quantum computing, the event will outline the state of the quantum threat and quantum risk management via various Keynote speeches and high-level discussions on government actions and approaches, on the shift to quantum-safe cryptography in the financial sector and on the transition to a quantum secure cryptographic infrastructure viewed from various angles.
The Executive Track will:
- Encourage discussion and critical thinking around pertinent topicsShowcase recent research, initiatives and standardization activities worldwide
- Provide actionable steps and takeaways for novices wanting to begin their quantum-safe migration
- Facilitate networking and relationship-building opportunities
09.00 Opening Remarks
- Luis Jorge Romero, ETSI Director-General
- Michele Mosca, Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC), Programme Committee Chair
09:15 Keynote Speeches
9:15 Chuen Hong Lew, IMDA
9:35 Artur Ekert, University of Oxford, National University of Singapore
09:55 Michele Mosca, EvolutionQ
10:45 Coffee & Networking Break - Posters Visits
11:15 Government Actions and Approaches
Chaired by Colin Whorlow, NCSC
In this session a range of thought leaders will discuss where Governments should be concentrating their efforts on Quantum-Safe Cryptography, including consideration of what regulation, if any, may be required.
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12:15 Lunch & Networking Break - Posters Visits
14:00 Future-Proofing Finance: Navigating the Quantum Shift in Financial Cryptography
Session Chair: Jaime Gómez García, Santander
A Closer look at Quantum-Safety for the Financial Industry: Global experts will discuss how the financial services industry, as a principal user of cryptography, is getting ready for the shift to quantum-safe cryptography. This is a unique chance to learn from pioneers in the field and understand the practical steps involved in the journey towards quantum-safe cryptography.
Jaime Gómez Garcia – Santander
14:05 The Significance and Possible Paths of Post Quantum Cryptography (PQC) Migration in the Financial Sector
Chengjun Zhou – Central Bank of China
14:50 Building a Resilient and Robust Financial System for Post Quantum Age
Giuseppe Bruno, Bank of Italy
15:05 Panel Discussion
15:45 Tea & Networking Break - Posters Visits
16:15 Beyond the Bits and the Qubits: Preparing for the Cryptographic Infrastructure Evolution
Moderated by Donna Dodson, EvolutionQ
Cryptographers and cryptographic engineers are having a moment. At least that is how some organizations are looking at discussions around the need to evolve their cryptographic infrastructure and prepare for advances in quantum computing. Today’s discussion focuses at the primitive and algorithm level. While addressing the technical cryptographic underpinnings of a cryptographic infrastructure is necessary, it is not sufficient. What else needs to be considered? To address this question, we have convened a panel of experts from industry and government with backgrounds in communication, cloud, technology, business, finance and policy. They will discuss the transition to a quantum secure cryptographic infrastructure including the people, policies, processes, and technologies needed for success.
- Jaya Baloo, Rapid7
- Matt Campagna, AWS
- Martin Charbonneau, Nokia
- Hubert le Van Gong, JPMorgan Chase
- Wee Saim Koh, IMDA
- Yolanda Sanz, GSMA
17.45 End of Executive Track
17:45 - 19:00 Networking Cocktail