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The Sky is Not Falling

Mike Brown
Nov 18, 2021

If Henny Penny were walking around in today’s landscape, what would she say about the impact of quantum computing to today’s cryptography? There is no question that quantum computing poses significant risks to the security of cryptography, with the ability to potentially put entire infrastructures, networks, applications, and machine identities at risk. Despite the sizable threats, the sky is most certainly not falling. Organizations have the ability to make the transition to quantum-safe cryptography efficiently and seamlessly.

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The Sky is Not Falling

Mike Brown
Nov 18, 2021

If Henny Penny were walking around in today’s landscape, what would she say about the impact of quantum computing to today’s cryptography? There is no question that quantum computing poses significant…

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Mastering the Quantum Challenge for Machine Identities

Mike Brown
Nov 11, 2020

It is no secret that cybersecurity threats are ever-evolving. Each day, security professionals around the world receive reports of new vulnerabilities, new attack vectors, and new challenges that need…

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Microsoft’s CryptoAPI flaw/CurveBall: a teaser of the quantum threat

Mike Brown
Jan 17, 2020

The National Security Agency recently discovered a major cryptographic flaw in Microsoft’s low-level code within their operating system. This flaw, now known as CurveBall, was found within Windows CryptoAPI…

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How Quantum Computing’s Threat to Security is Different from All Other Security Breaches

Mike Brown
Jan 11, 2018

The quantum threat represents the first time in history that a cybersecurity breach will be the result of a complete break of modern public-key cryptography. For many, this information might come as a…

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