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The State of Post-Quantum Cryptography
The State of Post-Quantum Cryptography

The State of Post-Quantum Cryptography

Release Date: 05/23/2018

Working Group: Quantum-safe Security

Most people pay little attention to the lock icon on their browser’s address bar that signifies a secure connection called HTTPS. This connection establishes secure communications by providing authentication of the website and web server as well as encryption of communications between the client and server. If the connection is not secure, then a user may be vulnerable to malicious exploits such as malware injection, hijacking of financial transactions or stealing the user’s private information.
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Acknowledgements

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Kendall Scoboria

Kendall Scoboria

Ryan Bergsma
Ryan Bergsma
Technology Director and Security Manager, CSA

Ryan Bergsma

Technology Director and Security Manager, CSA

Bruno Huttner
Bruno Huttner

Bruno Huttner

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 r...

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Jane Melia

Jane Melia

Hillary Baron
Hillary Baron
Senior Technical Director - Research, CSA

Hillary Baron

Senior Technical Director - Research, CSA

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Roberta Faux

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