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Strangeworks and Quantinuum Collaborate to Integrate Quantum-enhanced Cryptographic Key Service

Quantinuum | January 06, 2022

Quantinuum
A global leader in quantum computing software, Strangeworks, announced its collaboration with the largest integrated, stand-alone quantum computing company in the world, Quantinuum. Quantinuum offers various vertically integrated solutions, such as comprehensive, hardware-agnostic quantum software and the highest-performing quantum computer.

This collaboration aims at implementing quantum-enhanced cryptographic keys, Quantum Origin, and Quantinuuminto the Strangeworks ecosystem.

As the world's first commercial product to generate cryptographic keys using quantum computers, Quantum Origin will become an essential ecosystem component. It will also provide seamless access to superior cryptographic keys to its users to help protect them against current security threats.

"It's fitting that Strangeworks would expand its industry-leading platform to include quantum technology to help defend against today's cyber threats,We are excited to integrate Quantum Origin to generate the strongest cryptographic keys for Strangeworks and their customers, based on verifiable quantum randomness."

Duncan Jones, Head of Cybersecurity at Quantinuum and Cambridge Quantum

Strangeworks, as the world's leading Quantum Service Provider™, is constantly improving to provide its users with the latest quantum-based security offerings through the ecosystem. It is crucial to enable the latest in cybersecurity technology, such as the variety of quantum systems available and the data sharing with its users. Once they implement Quantum Origin, they will become the first to do it.

"We're excited to welcome Quantinuum into the Quantum Syndicate. Expanding our managed quantum services to encompass cyber security is a natural addition to our enterprise offerings," said William Hurley, founder and CEO of Strangeworks. "The integration of Quantum Origin enables enterprises around the world with a seamless path to quantum-generated cryptographic keys to protect their sensitive data."

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Short information security awareness video on how to keep yourself and your information safe when online - shopping, surfing or social networking for business or pleasure. This presentation cut-down version of our "Secure Thinking When Online" Seminar which normally runs at about 60-75 minutes. The full seminar is about helping people, either individuals, company owners, business people or their staff protect themselves and their business interests in an online world. Our missions statement is "Securing the World's data and protecting critical information through the coordinated use of technology, education and business processes."

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