Can Quantum Cryptography Counter Crimeware-as-a-Service?CBI's Kiran Sivakumar Discusses Dark Web Trends
Can quantum cryptography help in containing malware-as-a-service? Kiran Sivakumar, superintendent of police, Central Bureau of Investigation, GoI, says that while there isn't any real case study yet, he is hopeful that the technology will play a future role in combating the menace of this type of cybercrime.
"With Google coming up with Quantum Entanglement which they have claimed to find, so that world is moving toward that," Sivakumar says.
In a video interview at Information Security Media Group's Cybersecurity Summit in New Delhi, Sivakumar discusses:
- How the law enforcement approaches when crimeware is reported;
- Trends from the dark web;
- Why cryptography may prove to be useful in stopping crimeware-as-a-service.
Sivakumar is the superintendent of police in anti-corruption head quarter unit of Central Bureau of Investigation, New Delhi. He is a Chevening Cyber Security fellow and is interested in issues of cybersecurity, financial frauds, OSINT and predictive policing. He is an IPS officer of 2008 batch.