Get quantum-ready today with ATOS, to achieve quantum-proof tomorrow
What if everything you though was secure could be broken overnight? That is how quantum will disrupt security – and it already started.
While the promises of quantum computing are phenomenal – in healthcare and life sciences, AI, autonomous transportation, etc – it also represents a significant threat to security as it exists today. The quantum calculation capabilities can easily break the traditional cryptography protocols and algorithms currently in use (RSA, TLS …), putting at great risk the way we do and secure business.
Fortunately, quantum-ready cryptographic solutions are already available, and allow organization to adopt crypto-agility, or hybridization. Though the migration to quantum-ready, and later quantum-proof infrastructure won’t happen overnight. And even though the threat seems far from hitting now – quantum computers are not democratized at the moment – organizations must start their journey to Post-Quantum Cryptography (PQC) today.
In this PQC Migration Guide – The essentials, we provide you with a comprehensive step-by-step migration process.
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An introduction to Post-Quantum Cryptography >>
All the basics you need to know about Post-Quantum Cryptography, in an understandable way.
Trustway R&D and the Post-Quantum Cryptography >>
An overview of PQC and the NIST contest organized to define the future standards of the PQC.
Trustway: A cryptographic hybridization to ideally prepare for post-quantum migration >>
How to start deploying hybrid cryptography – traditional and post-quantum – to easy your migration to PQC.
(Caveat : the mentioned SIKE algorithm was broken end of July 2022, after publication of this paper)