Dr. Albert H. Carlson has been involved in Cryptography since graduating with a BS from the University of Illinois in 1981. After serving as an EW/Cryptography Officer in the US Army he then worked as a hardware and software engineer, and manager for over 25 years. Dr. Carlson earned his PhD in Computer Science from the University of Idaho in 2012, specializing in Set Theory and its application to Cryptography. After teaching for several years, he helped create CipherLoc Corporation, specializing in polymorphic encryption, key distribution and protection. Recently, he has been working on the role of cryptography in the PQE and how ciphers can be used in both classical and quantum computers. Dr. Carlson holds 6 patents and published papers on polymorphic encryption and Set Theoretic Estimation. In addition, Dr. Carlson is the Chair of the Quantum Encryption Committee of the Quantum Security Alliance.