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Announcements

2 August 2021

Arqit registration statement related to business combination with Centricus Acquisition Corp. declared effective by SEC

2 August 2021

Arqit releases QuantumCloud™

27 July 2021

Arqit and Dentons launch secure identity product

27 July 2021

Arqit announces product to protect digital assets from quantum attack

23 July 2021

University of Surrey research reveals quantum threat to Digital Assets

July 19 2021

Equity Research Initiation on Arqit

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June 11, 2021

International partners and Government agencies join Arqit’s Federated Quantum System

May 31 2021

Arqit and Northrop Grumman in the UK sign quantum encryption collaboration agreement

May 20, 2021

Arqit and Sumitomo to make Japan Quantum Safe

May 16, 2021

Arqit announces BT contract and plan to create 2000 jobs

May 12, 2021

CENTRICUS ACQUISITION CORP. TO COMBINE WITH ARQIT LIMITED, A LEADER IN QUANTUM ENCRYPTION TECHNOLOGY

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In the News

July 23, 2021

Yahoo! Finance - Arqit CEO on combating ransomware attacks, launching encryption satellites

July 16 2021

The Financial Times - The company space race is a great story

July 11 2021

The Sunday Times - Security in satellites

June 24, 2021

Nikkei - Why Sumitomo invests in a mysterious quantum crypto satellite venture

June 23, 2021

Sky News - Ian King Show

David Williams, Chairman and CEO talks to Sky news' Ian King.

June 11, 2021

SpaceNews - Governments ally for federated quantum encryption satellite network

The United States and five other countries are banding together with the United Kingdom to develop a satellite-based quantum technology encryption network. The Federated Quantum System (FQS) will be based on the one British startup Arqit is developing.

June 7, 2021

CNBC - With cyberattacks on the rise, organizations are already bracing for devastating quantum hacks

In the U.K., a company called Arqit is quietly preparing businesses for cyberattacks in the age of quantum computing.

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June 1, 2021

The Daily Telegraph - How to stop hackers making the quantum leap

British start-up Arqit plans to use satellites to build networks with keys that even computers thinking in qubits can’t crack.

May 13, 21

The Times - Cyber-specialist takes a quantum leap

A British encryption specialist offering companies next-generation technology to avoid cyber-attacks is to list in New York after striking a $1.4 billion blank-cheque deal.

May 20, 2021

Nikkei - Sumitomo Corporation and Arqit Conclude Partnership on Quantum Cryptography Technology Distributor Rights in Japan