It’s no secret that quantum computers pose a significant threat to information security. That can sound daunting, but it needn’t be – there are steps you can take now to protect your organization in the long-term.
Both the NCSC (the UK National Cyber Security Centre) and the NSA (the US National Security Agency) agree that the best mitigation against this threat is post-quantum cryptography.
In fact, the NIST (the US National Institute of Standards and Technology) Post-Quantum Cryptography Standardization Project is now in its final stages, with official standards expected to be announced within a year.
In this white paper, experts from PQShield break down everything you need to know (and, crucially, do) to prepare for the upcoming standards and protect your organization from the quantum threat – from ensuring cryptographic agility to establishing a clear roadmap for a smooth and secure transition.
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