Jaya Baloo

Faculty

Cybersecurity, Quantum Computing

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Areas of Expertise

Cybersecurity  •  Quantum Computing

About Jaya

Jaya Baloo, currently Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at Avast Software has worked in the cybersecurity area for nearly 20 years. She won the Cyber Security Executive of the year award in 2015 and is one of the top 100 influencers in the field. Jaya frequently speaks at security conferences on subjects around lawful interception, mass surveillance, cryptography. She is a faculty member of the Singularity University and a member of various infosec boards. Expert on quantum computing, Jaya is a quantum ambassador of KPN Telecom and a Vice Chair of the Quantum Flagship Strategic Advisory Board of the EU Commission.

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Speaking Topics

  • Cybersecurity

    Hear Jaya Baloo’s thoughts on the future of privacy, cyber-security and the impact of quantum computing on both. What motivates hackers and how can we use this to strengthen innovation? Jaya will also explore the future of hyper-connectivity of all of the things which will bring greater capabilities but also further dependencies. Finally she will address what we must do as individuals, employees, and as citizens.

  • Quantum Computing out of Context

    Research on quantum computing is taking tremendous steps. This new field has a huge potential in making the current ways of storing and sending data obsolete. How do we deal with these changes? How can we plan our security when quantum computing is part of our daily lives? Jaya will explain what we need to understand about this new phenomena and how we can secure our future systems /// Hear Jaya Baloo’s thoughts on the future of privacy, cyber-security and the impact of quantum computing on both. What motivates hackers and how can we use this to strengthen innovation? Jaya will also explore the future of hyper-connectivity of all of the things which will bring greater capabilities but also further dependencies. Finally she will address what we must do as individuals, employees, and as citizens.

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