Ron Rivest one of the founding fathers of the cryptography world he helped to develop, is unsurprising negative when it comes down to Quantum Computing, perhaps for the obvious reason of being purported to be able to crack the RSA encryption scheme.
At the infosec conference first day, Ron Rivest delivered his message that ‘I give fusion power a higher chance of succeeding than quantum computing’. In the talk he outlines why he thinks that Quantum Computing will not break crypto codes anytime soon – due to scaling issues and the inability to build systems reliable and large enough.
Of course he is not the only one to share that view that Quantum Computing is a long way from primetime or is simply hocus pocus.
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