What Is Post-Quantum Cryptography?
Post-quantum cryptography refers to the different classes of new cryptographic algorithms that are currently believed to resist quantum computer attacks. The most pressing issue today is these cryptographic algorithms need to be proactively in place several years before quantum computers are available. That’s why it is necessary to start integrating post-quantum algorithms in cryptographic protocols today. The “What is Post-Quantum Cryptography” report takes a closer look at post-quantum cryptography and what institutions need to know and need to do in order to protect themselves against quantum computers.
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