Quantum Xchange Adds Post-Quantum Cryptography to Its Quantum-Safe Key Management System Phio TX
(FinanceYahoo) Quantum Xchange, a leading provider of secure communications for a quantum-safe world, has announced the availability of Post-Quantum Cryptographic (PQC) algorithms to the Phio Trusted Xchange (TX) key distribution system. No other product on the market offers a complete, defense-in-depth solution and true crypto agility supporting both physics-based and mathematical approaches to quantum-safe encryption.
As the trailblazer making Quantum Key Distribution (QKD) commercially viable by overcoming its distance and point-to-point only transmissions limitations, Quantum Xchange now boasts a complete, production-ready product that can support the delivery of quantum keys in any format. This means any one of the most secure encryption technologies available – Quantum Random Number Generator (QRNG) sources, PQC algorithms, or physics-based QKD for maximum security – can be deployed across any network topology while working within an organization’s existing encryption environment.
“The implementation of PQC algorithms within our Phio TX product is a major milestone toward making quantum-safe encryption risk-free and available today,” said John Prisco, CEO of Quantum Xchange. “Quantum computers will be able to crack modern-day encryption, and organizations must get ahead of the threat without disrupting their existing security infrastructure. As the first complete quantum-safe key distribution system, Phio TX is a sound investment and must-have technology for any organization seeking to easily upgrade defenses as the threat landscape evolves.”