By IQT News posted 21 Mar 2019

(SecurityBoulevard) the race is on to revamp classical encryption in preparation for the coming of quantum computers. Our smart homes, smart workplaces and smart transportation systems must be able to withstand the threat of quantum computers.
Avesta Hojjati, head of research and development at DigiCert, was interviewed by author Byron V. Acohido in this article. DigiCert, the world’s leading provider of digital certificates is working alongside other leading companies, including Microsoft Research and ISARA, to gain endorsement from the National Institute of Standards for breakthrough PQC algorithms, including Microsoft’s “Picnic” and ISARA’s qTESLA. Hojjati outlined the challenge of perfecting an algorithm that can make classical computers resistant to quantum hacking — without requiring enterprises to rip-and-replace their classical encryption infrastructure.
NOTE: Inside Quantum Technology has this report available on QUANTUM ENCRYPTION SYSTEMS MARKETS: A TECHNOLOGY AND BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY FORECAST – 2017 TO 2026

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