Bruno has co-chaired CSA’s Quantum-Safe Security working group, which was formed to address key generation and transmission methods and help the industry understand quantum‐safe methods for protecting their networks and their data, for approximately six years. As such, he has participated in writing most of the group’s research papers and has given several presentations about the group’s work. Bruno joined ID Quantique in 2014, where he’s responsible for the business development and product management in the quantum security division. Over the course of his career, Bruno has participated in and given lectures at many international conferences. He has also been active in standardization organizations, first in ITU-T on the polarization effects in optical fibers, then in SAE, ARINC and ASD/STAN for applications of optical fibers in aviation. Bruno is an engineer (Ecole Centrale Paris) and a physicist (PhD from the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology).