quantum computers

NIST post-quantum algorithm candidate’s future uncertain, with second attack proposed

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Researchers on Monday proposed an attack on SIKE they say “significantly reduces” the algorithm's security by solving it with torsion.

NIST chooses 4 algorithms to defend against quantum computers

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The announcement is the culmination of a six-year, four-round competition to refine encryption formulas with the goal of including some in a new post-quantum cryptographic standard.

Quantum cyber legislation recognizes difficult transition lies ahead

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Industry experts say the proposed Quantum Cybersecurity Preparedness Act recognizes the risk of the hack now, decrypt later threats.

SOCOM wants to prioritize stronger communications encryption

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U.S. Special Operations Command wants to ensure its communications will stay secure now and in the future.

Are agencies like Energy funding quantum technology wisely?

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China is sitting on the encrypted data it exfiltrates, waiting for a quantum computer capable of cracking it. Post-quantum cryptography is one way to protect time-sensitive information, while some technologists are rooting for quantum key distribution.

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