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As we head into to 2024, we’ve curated the Top 5 articles on Quantum-safe communication from the last year.
NIST and the NSA seem set on post-quantum cryptography (PQC) while the rest of the world chooses Quantum Key Distribution (QKD) for quantum security — Why?
QuantLR and PacketLight Networks announce the successful integration of the QKD with OTN encrypted transport to accomplish a quantum-safe encrypted network.
The “Cryptopocalypse,” refers to when current PKI-encrypted data will be able to be accessed as plain text. Here’s how quantum cryptography can protect us now.
QuantLR launches its ground-breaking first commercial product, “LoQomo 1” – a more cost-effective and scalable Quantum Key Distribution (QKD) solution.
LightPath Technologies announces that QuantLR has chosen LightPath as its partner to develop a free space quantum encryption System.
HUB Security is partnering with QuantLR to provide the Israeli Ministry of Defense with a new quantum security solution in a cloud environment.
Let’s explore how QKD is implemented in space and why it is gaining popularity as the ultimate form of quantum security.
In this post, we explain why quantum key distribution (QKD) matters for enterprise security and how it uses quantum technology for more secure encryption.
Quantum cryptography is the only form of encryption that can protect against quantum computing threats. This article explains quantum cryptography simply.
The U.S. seems to be falling behind other developed countries, particularly China, in the so-called Quantum race. Let’s review the US’s quantum investment.
There are several challenges facing quantum cryptography – but the payoff will be worth it. Here are the five biggest challenges quantum cryptography faces.