Championing Real World Cryptography: Why I'm Sponsoring RWC 2024

November 23, 2023 2 min read
Championing Real World Cryptography: Why I'm Sponsoring RWC 2024

I’m delighted to share that this year, I’m a proud sponsor of the Real World Cryptography Conference 2024. My first experience with RWC was just last year in 2023, and it was an amazing experience, one I'm hoping to repeat this year in Toronto!

My Experience at RWC 2023

Last year's conference wasn't just about theories and abstract concepts. It was a vibrant showcase of how cryptography is applied in the real world. The discussions weren’t confined to theoretical perspectives; instead, they revolved around tangible advancements and applications that are shaping our digital world. This practical focus is what made the conference stand out for me.

Why Sponsorship Matters

I chose to sponsor RWC 2024 because I believe in the power of bringing theoretical knowledge to real world applications. Sponsorship isn’t just about funding an event; it’s about supporting a platform where practitioners and researchers converge to discuss solutions that impact our daily lives. It's a commitment to the progression of cryptography in practical scenarios.

An Invitation to Join

I extend an invitation to all of you – whether you’re professionals in the field, enthusiasts, or newcomers – to consider participating in RWC 2024. It’s a place where you can witness firsthand how cryptography transcends academic boundaries to solve real world challenges. And if you’re in a position to do so, consider sponsoring. It’s a rewarding way to contribute to the advancement of practical cryptography.

Looking Forward to RWC 2024

As the 2024 conference approaches, I'm excited about the potential breakthroughs and innovative discussions that await us. The Real World Cryptography Conference is a melting pot of ideas that are driving real change in how we approach data security and encryption in our daily lives.

I’m eager to see the community come together again, sharing insights and forging paths for future advancements in cryptography. Hope to see many of you there!

Peter Membrey
Written By Peter Membrey

Peter Membrey is a Chartered Fellow of the British Computer Society, a Chartered IT Professional and a Chartered Engineer. He has a doctorate in engineering and a masters degree in IT specialising in Information Security. He's co-authored over a dozen books and a number of research papers on a variety of topics. These days he is focusing his efforts on creating a more private Internet, raising awareness of STEM and helping people to reach their potential in the field.

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