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Period2/07/2018 → 11/07/2018

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TitleKvantový generátor pravých náhodných čísel by mohol zaručiť 100% bezpečnosť pri online komunikácii
Degree of recognitionNational
Media name/outletPC Review
Media typeWeb
CountrySlovakia
Date11/07/18
Descriptionytvorenie prvého praktického kvantového generátora náhodných čísel môže urobiť tradičné kybernetické útoky úplne nemožnými. Tvrdia to výskumníci zo spoločnosti Quantum Base a z Lancesterskej univerzity.

Ich nový generátor je navrhnutý tak, aby po integrovaní do mikroelektronických produktov poskytoval stopercentne preukázateľnú kvantovú bezpečnosť pri autentifikácii a online komunikácii.

„Vytvorili sme malé zariadenie s nízkou spotrebou, ktoré produkuje čisté náhodné čísla,“ vyjadril sa Phillip Speed, výkonný riaditeľ spoločnosti Quantum Base. „Po spustení jeho masovej výroby môže byť začlenené do akéhokoľvek elektronického produktu s malými alebo žiadnymi dodatočnými nákladmi.“
PersonsRamon Bernardo Gavito, Robert Young
TitleInvención innovadora para revolucionar la seguridad de Internet
Degree of recognitionNational
Media name/outletNCYT
Media typeWeb
CountrySpain
Date6/07/18
DescriptionLas comunicaciones electrónicas se harán seguras con la creación del primer generador de números aleatorios Quantum práctico del mundo patentado por Quantum Base, una empresa spin-out de la Lancaster University. Los QRNG actuales suelen ser lentos y costosos, por lo que solo se utilizan en aplicaciones de nicho.

Pero el Qantum Base QRNG puede integrarse dentro de cualquier dispositivo electrónico sin aumentar el costo o la complejidad y con una velocidad máxima muy alta. El QRNG ha sido seleccionado para la prestigiosa Exposición de Ciencia del Verano de la Royal Society de este año, que "celebra la ciencia dando forma a nuestro futuro".
PersonsRobert Young, Ramon Bernardo Gavito
TitleWeek In Review: IoT, Security, Auto
Degree of recognitionInternational
Media name/outletsemiconductor engineering
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited States
Date6/07/18
DescriptionThe U.K.’s Lancaster University and Quantum Base collaborated on a quantum random number generator that they say will make cyberattacks difficult, if not impossible. Quantum Base’s number generator can be embedded within any electronic device, it was said.
PersonsRamon Bernardo Gavito, Robert Young
TitleBezpieczny internet z kwantowym wynalazkiem
Media name/outletNauka W Polsce
Media typeWeb
CountryPoland
Date6/07/18
DescriptionKonta w bankach, autonomiczne samochody, inteligentne domy i inne gałęzie internetu będą niedostępne dla hakerów? Owszem. Ma to umożliwić pierwszy, komercyjny kwantowy generator liczb losowych.
PersonsRamon Bernardo Gavito, Robert Young
TitleTeam Builds Practical Quantum Random Number Generator
Media name/outletEntertainment Technology Center USC
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited States
Date4/07/18
Producer/AuthorRob Scott
PersonsRamon Bernardo Gavito, Robert Young
TitleREVOLUCIONAN SEGURIDAD EN INTERNET
Degree of recognitionNational
Media name/outletReporte Indigo
Media typeWeb
CountryMexico
Date4/07/18
DescriptionUn nuevo generador de números aleatorios, desarrollado por Lancaster University, permitirá reforzar la protección de áreas sensibles como la banca, las finanzas, la defensa y las redes sociales
PersonsRobert Young, Ramon Bernardo Gavito
TitleQuantum Principles Eyed to Solve Current Limitations in Encryption, Data Protection
Media name/outletThe Security Ledger
Media typeWeb
Date4/07/18
DescriptionQuantum principles are set to transform the next generation of Internet security, with new quantum-based technologies on tap to improve encryption and data communication which researchers believe could solve some of the limitations with current technology.
Producer/AuthorElisabeth Montalbano
PersonsRamon Bernardo Gavito, Robert Young
TitleQuantum Random Number Generator: The Future of Cybersecurity
Media typeWeb
Date4/07/18
DescriptionUtilizing the inherent randomness of quantum particles, scientists have developed the world’s first practical quantum random number generator – which could revolutionize cryptography and set the precedence for cyber security in the future.
Producer/AuthorRennie Bradshaw
PersonsRamon Bernardo Gavito, Robert Young
TitleInvenção muito importante pode revolucionar a cibersegurança
Media name/outletpplware
Media typeWeb
CountryPortugal
Date3/07/18
PersonsRamon Bernardo Gavito, Robert Young
TitleUusi tekniikka tekee kyberhyökkäykset mahdottomiksi
Degree of recognitionNational
Media name/outletETN
Media typeWeb
CountryFinland
Date3/07/18
DescriptionTutkijat kehittävät jatkuvasti tekniikoita, jotka takaisivat informaation siirron suojan aina ja kaikissa tilanteissa. Englantilaisen Lancasterin yliopiston spinnoff-yritys Quantum Base on saattanut keksiä juuri tällaisen laitteen.
PersonsRobert Young, Ramon Bernardo Gavito
TitleCyber security briefing: Will this device end cyber-attacks?
Media name/outletBusinessCloud
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date3/07/18
PersonsRamon Bernardo Gavito, Robert Young
TitleFirst Practical Quantum Random Number Generator Could Revolutionize Internet Security
Media name/outletInteresting Engineering
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date3/07/18
Producer/Author Jessica Miley
PersonsRamon Bernardo Gavito, Robert Young
TitleQuantumgenerator spuugt écht willekeurige getallen uit
Media name/outletBits&Chips
Media typeWeb
CountryNetherlands
Date3/07/18
Producer/AuthorPaul van Gerven
PersonsRamon Bernardo Gavito, Robert Young
TitleElectrons create random numbers that cybercriminals can’t hack
Degree of recognitionNational
Media name/outletThe Times
Media typePrint
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date3/07/18
DescriptionA British team claim to have used quantum mechanics to produce the first truly practical chip for making random numbers, and in doing so solved a major internet security problem.
Producer/AuthorTom Whipple
PersonsRamon Bernardo Gavito, Robert Young
TitleQuantum random number generator set to transform internet security
Media name/outletCSO Online
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date3/07/18
DescriptionThe world’s first practical quantum random number generator (QRNG) will reportedly overcome weaknesses of current encryption, revolutionizing internet security.
Producer/AuthorMs. Smith
PersonsRamon Bernardo Gavito, Robert Young
TitleUusi tekniikka tekee kyberhyökkäykset mahdottomiksi
Media name/outletElenctroniikka Tietoliikenne Nanotekniikka
Media typeWeb
CountryFinland
Date3/07/18
PersonsRamon Bernardo Gavito, Robert Young
TitleGame changing invention to revolutionise cybersecurity
Degree of recognitionInternational
Media name/outletphys.org
Media typeWeb
Date2/07/18
DescriptionCyberattacks may become impossible with the creation of the first practical quantum random number generator. Patented by Quantum Base and Lancaster University, it will provide 100% provable quantum security for authentication and communication when integrated in microelectronic products.
PersonsRamon Bernardo Gavito, Robert Young
TitleONKRAAKBARE GETALLEN UIT QUANTUMAPPARAAT
Degree of recognitionNational
Media name/outletDe Ingenieur
Media typeWeb
CountryNetherlands
Date2/07/18
DescriptionMet quantummechanica zijn apparaten te maken die écht willekeurige getallen geven. Daardoor wordt het kraken van inlogcodes bij banken onmogelijk.
PersonsRobert Young, Ramon Bernardo Gavito
TitlePrvní praktický kvantový generátor náhodných čísel by měl zastavit kyberútoky
Degree of recognitionNational
Media name/outletObjective Source E-Learning
Media typeWeb
CountryCzech Republic
Date2/07/18
DescriptionBritští kvantoví inženýři postavili kvantový nanogenerátor náhodných čísel, který by mohl rozpoutat revoluci v zabezpečení elektronických zařízení a online komunikace.
Producer/AuthorStanislav Mihulka
PersonsRamon Bernardo Gavito, Robert Young
TitleFast and Compact Quantum Random Number Generator Created
Media name/outletOverclockers Club
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date2/07/18
PersonsRamon Bernardo Gavito, Robert Young
TitleGame-Changing Invention to Revolutionize Internet Security
Degree of recognitionInternational
Media name/outletACM TechNews
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited States
Date2/07/18
DescriptionA startup spun off from Lancaster University in the U.K. has patented the first-ever practical quantum random number generator (QRNG), which can be incorporated into any new or existing electronic device without raising cost or complexity while maintaining an extremely high maximum speed. "At Quantum Base we have created a small, low-power device that produces pure random numbers," says CEO Phillip Speed. "It can be incorporated into any electronic product with little or no incremental cost once volume production is achieved." The creators of the super-small Quantum Base QRNG say it offers unbreakable encryption because it is based on the intrinsic uncertainty of subatomic particles.
PersonsRamon Bernardo Gavito, Robert Young
TitleOnkraakbare getallen uit quantumapparaat
Degree of recognitionNational
Media typeWeb
CountryNetherlands
Date2/07/18
DescriptionMet quantummechanica zijn apparaten te maken die écht willekeurige getallen geven. Daardoor wordt het kraken van inlogcodes bij banken onmogelijk.
PersonsRamon Bernardo Gavito, Robert Young
TitleCyberattacks may become impossible with new device, says Quantum Base and Lancaster University
Degree of recognitionNational
Media name/outletNew Electronics
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited Kingdom
Date2/07/18
DescriptionCyberattacks may become impossible with the creation of the first practical quantum random number generator, according to Quantum Base and Lancaster University. The generator is designed to provide 100% provable quantum security for authentication and communication when integrated in microelectronic products.
Producer/AuthorBethan Grylls
PersonsRamon Bernardo Gavito, Robert Young
TitleGame-changing invention to revolutionize Internet security
Degree of recognitionInternational
Media name/outletEurakAlert!
Media typeWeb
CountryUnited States
Date2/07/18
DescriptionElectronic communications are to be made secure with the creation of the world's first practical Quantum Random Number Generator patented by Quantum Base, a Lancaster University spin-out company.
PersonsRamon Bernardo Gavito, Robert Young