The system may become more symmetrical through change. It will mean that the cost of hacking, the cost of attack, the cost of violation will go up. This will be our advantage — Aho Esko, Prime Minister of Finland (1991–1995); Executive Chairman of the Board, East Office of Finnish Industries.
In the new vulnerable world, we need to go from the security concept to the immunity one. Immunity means the following: the cost of hacking should be higher than the potential damage. For example, if you have a turbine worth a billion, hacking it should cost more than a billion — Eugene Kaspersky, Chief Executive Officer, Kaspersky Lab.
I think that artificial intelligence and blockchain will provide us with new tools to resolve these problems [ensuring cyber security, – Ed.] — Aho Esko, Prime Minister of Finland (1991–1995); Executive Chairman of the Board, East Office of Finnish Industries.
When it comes to banking, I believe that accessing bank accounts with logins and passwords will not survive. We need to improve identification mechanisms, security mechnisms for identification. We see that China is introducing face recognition technologies. <…> Banks are somewhat interested in quantum computing technologies or polymorphic code — Brett King, Founder, Chief Executive Officer, Movencorp Inc., writer.