cryptography

What will it take to get quantum computers? Hardware is just the beginning, experts tell Congress

by Carten Cordell • 11 months ago

Talent and international cooperation are part of the equation, academics tell the House Energy and Commerce Committee.

Emerging Tech 2018: Quantum Computing

by FedScoop Staff • 1 year ago

The new-age Manhattan Project: How do we protect today’s secrets from tomorrow’s quantum computers?

by Carten Cordell • 1 year ago

While quantum computers aren't here yet, there are growing calls to develop the cryptography to protect against them today.

IARPA director: New homomorphic crypto is ‘math magic’

by Shaun Waterman • 2 years ago

The latest kind of advanced encryption could soon allow classified computing to be done on unclassified computer systems, a senior intelligence official said Thursday.

Proposed crypto commission needs supermajority for report

by Billy Mitchell • 3 years ago

A bipartisan, bicameral pair of lawmakers Monday published the eagerly-awaited text of their bill setting up a national commission on encryption to resolve the conflicts being played out in the Apple-Vs-FBI case.

Kaspersky: The ‘cryptopocalypse’ is nigh

by Grayson Ullman • 3 years ago

According to projections by the antivirus lab, quantum computing will render current cryptographic standards near-obsolete.

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