Researchers say they have connected three quantum devices in a network and that quantum internet could enable very secure communications. But Dr. Terrill Frantz of Harrisburg University of Science and Technology say a quantum internet won’t be unhackable.
Frantz leads the Quantum Computing program at Harrisburg University, which involves PhD, Masters, Undergraduate, and High School courses.
Lifewire, a news wire service that provides technology content for more than 20 million users each month, recently interviewed Frantz and other researchers about cybersecurity and a quantum internet. Read the story here https://www.lifewire.com/a-quantum-network-could-make-the-internet-more-secure-5218711
For more about the quantum technologies work at HU, see https://harrisburgU.edu/quantum
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