Hanna Engel

Microsoft Technical Trainer - Azure

Quantum computing - the next great thing
Tesla, Thursday 16:45 - 17:35

The one who rules the quantum computer rules the world. Forget the AI, zoom in and explore the meanders of the quantum world. I hope you have all read by now that top tech companies are working on a #quantumcomputer . And it is going well. Why should you care? IF or rather WHEN we break the quantum barrier and make the computers error-prone, it will impact the world as we know now. Why? Security. Whenever you talk to a security specialist they will tell you that no IT security solution can guarantee 100% protection. It can "decrease the surface of the attack" or "decrease the ROI of the attacker" - what does it mean? Simply put, there's an assumption that if it would take a hacker 34 years to break encrypted data - the data is protected. After all "ain't nobody got time for that", right? Which does not mean the encryption is unbreakable. An encrypted string is nothing more that a long string of random letters, numbers and signs. The computer that would want to break such a string would have to work through all possible combinations of all the possible signs. Which you can imagine takes time and effort. For an "average" computer. But not a quantum one. Calculations that would take a regular computer 34 years can take quantum computer hours or minutes.

Agenda: Intro Forget the AI! Scientific background – what is quantum computing? Quantum computing on Azure

Hanna Engel

Indiana Jones of the cloud technologies. I take my customer on an amazing journey across the world of Azure and we live our best life riding on the back of the best practices, deciphering networking, fighting wild acronyms and discovering the wonders of Azure administration!

Polish woman in tech based in Brussels, Belgium. Personally, fan of Dungeons&Dragons, couchsurfing and foreign languages aficionado.