Better understanding of user-controlled encryption and quantum computing will improve conversations about what comes next for securing data.
Jim Baker is a contributing editor at Lawfare and the Director of the National Security and Cybersecurity Program at the R Street Institute. He is also the former general counsel of the FBI. The views expressed here are his own and not necessarily those of any current or former employer.
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