Does Quantum Physics Hold the Solution to Internet Security?

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PBS SA Capital Group CEO and Portland Marine Group of Companies president Alexander Christodoulakis, through PBS SA, provides alternative asset management and full range of financial and corporate management services. Once of the few successful product-services is his transportation sector ship financing which provides steadily ship asset growth.

Outside of his very busy schedule and his professional undertakings, Alexander Christodoulakis pursues a personal interest in quantum physics.

Though some consider it arcane, quantum physics has actually resulted in numerous practical applications through the years. A number of technological advancements, ranging from smartphones to magnetic resonance imaging, have been made possible through quantum physics, and the list continues to grow.

In a recent study by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, scientists revealed that quantum physics may present solutions to some of the current problems in online security. Thanks to advances in photon manipulation, scientists have been able to use “teleportation” in order to allow for encrypted messaging that will not be susceptible to hacking. The unique reactions observed in these photons can result in impenetrable security measures.

This discovery comes on the heels of a series of distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) cyber attacks that affected a number of sites, including Twitter, Spotify, HBO, Reddit, and the New York Times. This has been described by some online trackers as an initial strike in what could possibly be the largest battle of the Internet age.


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