Quantum resistant cryptography algorithms protect data from attacks and enhance data security during the quantum era.

Public key cryptography is currently used by billions of people across the world to encrypt data and protect data from threats. The major concern of public key encryption is the powerful quantum computers that are intended to move out of the labs to the real world, within a few years from now.
Our Research and Development team at Stratign will partner with your organization to design, develop and implement quantum resistant cryptographic solutions to secure data against threats in the near future.
Quantum computers have very high computing powers to break the public key cryptographic algorithms such as RSA, ECC, etc. within minutes. As a result, the data will be easily accessible to attackers and data security becomes a major concern. However, it is possible to secure the data by implementing quantum-resistant cryptography algorithms.

Quantum resistant cryptographic algorithms are based on these approaches:

  • Lattice-based cryptography algorithms are based on constructions of primitives in geometric structure.
  • Code-based cryptography algorithms are based on error-correcting codes.
  • Multivariate polynomial cryptography algorithms are solving nonlinear systems of equations.
  • Hash-based signatures involve constructions of cryptographic primitives based on the security of hash functions.

We partner with your organization and help identify the quantum-resistant cryptography algorithms that can resist attacks and enhance data security during the quantum era.

Work Flow

Study the finalists of the NIST PQC competition
Develop quantum secure key encapsulation module
Develop quantum secure user authentication module
Develop 512-bit data encryption module
Develop 512-bit key derivation function
Develop proof-of-concept

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