Is the Identity Market under attack from Quantum Computers?

In an era of unprecedented technological advancements, quantum computers stand as the harbinger of a revolutionary paradigm shift. As these powerful machines inch closer to reality, the impact they'll have on our digital world, especially in the realm of identity protection, cannot be understated. To delve into this pressing topic, we gathered a panel of esteemed experts for a roundtable discussion on quantum computers, post-quantum cryptography, and their profound effect on the identity market. In this gripping blog post, we present the compelling transcript of this enlightening conversation, as our experts shed light on the potential threats, opportunities, and transformative solutions that will shape the future of identity protection in a quantum-powered world. Join us on this journey of explor

Post Quantum Cryptography – What do YOU need to know?

In a world where technology is advancing at a breathtaking pace, the rise of quantum computing poses both a thrilling opportunity and a looming threat to our digital security. As quantum computers inch closer to reality, traditional cryptographic methods that have safeguarded our data for decades are now at risk of being compromised. Enter post-quantum cryptography, the key to fortifying our digital world against quantum attacks.

IDEMIA launches enhanced security smart cards resistant to quantum computers

Asymmetric cryptosystems are at the heart of digital security as they are the cornerstone for the Public Key Infrastructure (PKI), as well as – amongst other things - secure authentication, digital Identities and trusted services. In particular, they are widely deployed in secure elements to perform safe authentication of people and things (IoT). Indeed, it…

Infineon demonstrates first post-quantum cryptography on a contactless security chip

Due to their computing power, quantum computers have the disruptive potential to break various currently used encryption algorithms. Infineon Technologies AG, is ready to provide a smooth transition from today’s security protocols to next-generation post-quantum cryptography (PQC). The company has now successfully demonstrated the first PQC implementation on a commercially available contactless security chip, as…

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