Advance Publications, owner of Condé Nast, publisher of titles such as Wired, Vogue, Vanity Fair, The New Yorker and GQ, has bought itself a digital ad agency in the shape of POP. The acquired company’s clients include Nike, Microsoft, Target, The Home Depot, Toyota and the Sydney Opera House.
We use encryption all the time, whether we acknowledge it or not. We sign into email accounts, buy things with credit cards through Amazon, and otherwise transmit sensitive data over the Internet. While classical math-based methods of encryption work well, quantum encryption represents a new paradigm in cryptography.
Condé Nast has long had a reputation for being more than just a company: They're a publisher. Some of their titles make money, of course. But many, like The New Yorker and Gourmet, don't. They protected them anyway.