EU-funded project promises unhackable quantum encryption: Page 5 of 5

February 24, 2020 // By Julien Happich
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Scientists at the EU’s €1 billion Quantum Technology (QT) Flagship initiative have developed novel chip prototypes that use quantum encryption protocols to create the most secure transmission of sensitive information through the internet.

“Thanks to the QT Flagship’s €1 billion investment over the next ten years, European scientists are developing Quantum Random Number Generator (QRNG) and Quantum Key Distributor (QKD) products to keep us safe from a first potential quantum cyber-attack. Supporting large-scale research and innovation projects, the QT Flagship has already launched 20 projects with an allocated €132 million in its ‘ramp-up’ phase, the first three-year part of the Flagship, running from October 2018 to September 2021”, observed Markus Wilkens, Coordinator of the Quantum Flagship Coordination office.

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