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IQT’s ‘Post-Quantum Cryptography Market & Technology Forecast’ Identifies Opportunities

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By IQT News posted 22 Apr 2019

(IQT.Post-QuantumCryptography.Market&TechnologyForecast) Inside Quantum Technology’s “Post-Quantum Cryptography: A Ten-Year Market and Technology Forecast” identifies the PQC opportunities that will emerge in how the market roadmap for PQC will evolve over the coming decade.
Click here for a comprehensive Table of Contents. Coverage in this report includes:
–Ten-year forecasts of the PQC market with breakouts by government, military and intelligence services, telecommunications, financial services, healthcare/medical records, general business applications, disaster recovery, and consumer Web browsers.
–A technology/market roadmap for PQC over the coming decade. This roadmap examines the commercial potential for embedding PQC into a growing number of product types including firmware (digital signatures), IoT devices, web browsers, credit cards, cryptocurrencies and, of course, databases.
–Analysis of the new PQC standards emerging from NIST, the IETF and a slew of other influencers such as ETSI, the Cloud Security Alliance and ITU-T. The report discusses how these standards will help shape the PQC market along with key standards-related issues such as the potential for pure post-quantum cryptography vs. hybrid classical/quantum approaches and PQC vs. quantum physics-based Quantum Key Distribution (QKD).
–Strategic profiles of leading commercial firms active in the PQC space. These profiles include giants such as Infineon, IBM, Google and Microsoft, along with interesting startups such as Isara. These profiles are designed to provide the reader of this report with an understanding on how the major players are creating PQC products and building marketing strategies for PQC as quantum computers become more ubiquitous.

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