WATERLOO, Ontario (Oct. 3, 2019) – ISARA Corporation, the world’s leading provider of quantum-safe and crypto-agile security, today opened a European office to collaborate with partners and customers modernizing cryptographic defenses to become more flexible and resistant to emerging threats.
As governments increasingly recognize the coming threat that quantum computers pose to the encryption that protects everything from military secrets to tax records, ISARA Corp., the world’s leading provider of quantum-safe and crypto-agile security, will moderate a panel at this week’s 10thAnnual Billington Cybersecurity Summit on how to start building a defensive barrier to keep sensitive data safe.
Thales has partnered with ISARA Corporation and ID Quantique to collaborate on a quantum-safe, crypto-agile solution designed to protect against the security threat of quantum computing.
5th August 2019 – Collaborations with ISARA Corporation and ID Quantique will make quantum-safe crypto more widely available to protect data in the cloud, applications and across networks.
By ISARA Corporation August 1, 2019 Isogeny-based cryptography is one of the most promising areas of quantum-safe cryptography, but it is also the most mathematically difficult to understand. In addition, since the main algorithm we will discuss—Supersingular Isogeny-based Diffie-Hellman (SIDH)—is less than a decade old, there is very little introductory material describing the fundamental concepts. […]
Aachen and Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, July 2, 2019 – Utimaco, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of Hardware Security Modules (HSMs) that provide the Root of Trust to numerous industries, and ISARA Corporation, the world’s leading provider of agile quantum-safe security solutions, today announced the world’s first commercial quantum-safe Hardware Security Module to secure data and infrastructure against an attack by a quantum computer.
WATERLOO, Ontario (June 20, 2019) – Mark Pecen, chief operating officer of ISARA Corp., has been re-elected chairman of the European Telecommunication Standards Institute’s (ETSI) Quantum-safe Cryptography Working Group focused on setting standards for the implementation and deployment of quantum-safe cryptography to protect data and critical systems from a quantum computer enabled attack.
CFAIL is a conference for papers that describe “instructive failures or not-yet-successes” in cryptography. This paper presents our partially successful attempt to generalize the Learning With Errors (LWE) problem to general groups in order to create lattice-like public-key encryption algorithms in other environments. In the pursuit of this goal, we define the Learning Homomorphisms with Noise (LHN) problem, describe a new public-key encryption scheme, and present sample instantiations of this protocol using polynomial rings and isogenies. However, we show that these instantiations, as well as any other instantiation based on commutative groups, cannot be used to obtain a quantum-safe encryption scheme. The problem of finding an efficiently computable quantum-safe instantiation of our generalized LWE problem is still open.
Strategic Innovation Fund award of $7.2 million joins Silicon Valley venture capital to build agile quantum-safe security solutions.