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Cyber security remains a top concern for telecommunications leaders. In fact, 54% of senior executives in the industry identify cyber security as a critical priority. That’s because access to telecommunications networks would allow bad actors to easily harvest data through Man-in-the-Middle attacks within the network, making the industry a top target for rogue governments and criminal groups.
A data breach in telecommunications has significant financial consequences as well. IBM found that the average cost of a data breach in the communications industry was $3.62 million in 2022—with the number expected to rise in the future.
QD5’s unified security platform helps telecommunications companies secure their networks and protect intellectual property. This unique approach supplements existing telecommunications data privacy protocols and can help telecommunications firms bolster the security of their network and offer tiered security to enterprise clients.
Telephone and internet providers can offer their most security-conscious customers the ability to secure executive communications and other data transfers with QD5’s secure encryption.
This quantum-security-as-a-service can be sold to enterprise clients to ensure that executive communications, intellectual property, personally identifiable information (PII), and other sensitive data transfers are protected against current attacks and emerging threats, such as advanced AI and quantum computers.