Podcast Library

A collection of Protiviti podcasts, including the Risky Women Podcast and the Post-Quantum World Podcast series.
Podcast library

Podcast

Risky Women Podcast | CRA and Fair Lending: Mary Bailey

Shelley Metz-Galloway, US lead of Protiviti’s regulatory compliance practice, talks with Mary Bailey, regulatory compliance expert, about the US Community Reinvestment Act and how upcoming changes to the rule should improve access to credit and have a big impact on banks’ compliance and reporting. They also take a look at the status of international efforts toward...
The greatest IT audit concerns lie with cybersecurity-related breaches and related risk issues. Data governance and data integrity are being scrutinised. Regulatory compliance burdens and risk are increasing rapidly. These are among the key takeaways from the results of the latest IT Audit Technology Risks Survey from ISACA and Protiviti, in which more than 7,500 IT audit leaders and professionals from around the…
We’ve talked about how quantum computers are enabling extraordinary use cases now, long before the machines will threaten cryptography. Some of these applications can even help companies protect against immediate security threats and vulnerabilities. We explore one such exciting experiment: Using quantum to stop kill chains that allow network exploitation and the Chinese paper causing all the ruckus, claiming that…
The word hybrid often appears in quantum computing and can mean different things. Learn how blending bits and qubits may help companies achieve real benefits today while beginning their quantum journeys. Then in the coming months and years, we’ll be able to move the slider closer to pure quantum as we achieve true advantage in use cases with those machines. Join host Konstantinos Karagiannis for a chat about…
A fast-growing ESG topic in boardrooms and C-suites is ESG traceability – achieving transparency into the complete supply chain of goods and services. Organisations – and more importantly, their customers and clients – are seeking more transparent, secure and responsible supply chains. This is about far more than one supplier or manufacturer meeting the organisation’s ESG standards. It’s about understanding the…
We’re getting close to practical advantage with quantum computing when running optimisation algorithms. Companies interested in being leaders in their industry should already be considering how to harness this promised power with use cases that solve their business problems. But some companies want a better solution that’s advantageous today, even if it’s only quantum-inspired. Join host Konstantinos Karagiannis for…
Quantum computing requires quantum networking to reach its full potential. But there are engineering challenges to overcome. Learn about how repeaters that extend entanglement between qubits are really just application-specific quantum computers of their own. Also, learn how connecting these devices will pave the way for interconnect and other advances. Join host Konstantinos Karagiannis for a chat with Manish Kumar…
Quantum computing is built on the ideas of giants. These so-called quantum foundations contain complicated concepts, including entanglement. In fact, the 2022 Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to three scientists who expanded our understanding of entanglement. How does this key concept work? What are some other fascinating core ideas behind Quantum Information Science? Join host Konstantinos Karagiannis for a chat…
The current and future state of risk analytics is bedrock to empowering the compliance function’s forward-looking agenda. With the evolution of enterprise risks, advancements in analytics, and the ever-morphing regulatory landscape, compliance can be transformed by being further data driven, and monetise the deployment of advanced analytics in empowering intelligent decision-making and risk detection. In this…
It’s hard to improve the purity of an atom. Identical and easy to find, atoms such as those in ytterbium can make flawless qubits. We only need to be able to trap and control them. Can using trapped ions as qubits therefore yield the most powerful quantum computers on the planet? How scalable is this approach on the road to quantum advantage? Join host Konstantinos Karagiannis for a chat about trapped ions and the…
In late 2020, physicists in China generated controversy by claiming quantum advantage with a photonic quantum computing system that’s technically not programmable. Other companies have been experimenting with photonic systems, including QuiX Quantum. How do these machines work? Should scientists redefine what quantum advantage means, focusing on practical, usable problems a machine is solving? Join host Konstantinos…
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