Quantum computers are poised to deliver disruptive advantages to many industries – and government is no exception.
While some point out this technology is not yet ready to outperform digital computers on real-life applications, quantum computers could bring such disruptive operational advantage, but also substantial threats to national security, that they can no longer be ignored.
This specific technology is so fundamentally different and the risks are so high, that some initial steps should be taken as soon as possible.

Complimentary Insight: What should government organisations be doing about Quantum Computers?

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We believe government organisations should engage with the national emerging ecosystem of quantum computing companies as much as possible - find out how and why in our new report.
You can also learn more about quantum computing including: the main types of quantum computers, where quantum computing will be disruptive (and where it won't) and preparing a response to security threats from quantum computers.

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