QuSecure’s latest partnership gets it into Red Hat platforms
Quantum technology companies, and especially those in the post-quantum cybersecurity space, increasingly are partnering with big-name firms that can provide them with paths into enterprise and government markets. The latest collaboration in that vein features QuSecure teaming up with Red Hat, the open source software and cloud platform company that is a subsidiary of IBM.
QuSecure’s post-quantum cybersecurity technology will be supported on Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Red Hat OpenShift and Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform, and deliver a classical and post-quantum security solution that can protect against modern cyber threats and become part of Zero Trust architectures being adopted by many companies and government agencies, QuSecure said.
QuSecure will be at the Red Hat Summit 2023 next month from May 23-25 to provide more updates around the integration of its technology into Red Hat platforms.
“The QuSecure offering is a testament to the power of collaboration and innovation,” said Red Hat’s Anna Levine, Senior Director, Public Sector Sales, Defense and National Security Programs. “This comprehensive security solution brings together the best of both worlds: QuSecure’s advanced post-quantum cybersecurity technology supported on Red Hat open-source platforms. With this collaboration, we aim to empower organizations of all sizes with the tools they need to safeguard their digital assets against modern cyber threats.”
QuSecure offers a range of features including advanced threat detection and prevention, enhanced data encryption and real-time monitoring and reporting. Additionally, the solution is designed to more seamlessly integrate with existing IT systems and infrastructure, minimizing disruptions and enabling improved efficiency.
The company has announced other partnerships designed to get its solutions in front of more customers, including a partnership with Arrow Electronics announced earlier this year.
Dan O’Shea has covered telecommunications and related topics including semiconductors, sensors, retail systems, digital payments and quantum computing/technology for over 25 years.