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While quantum computers will bring with them possible major advancements in the fields of medicine, chemistry, machine learning, and more, there is a negative impact on current public key cryptography causing widespread vulnerabilities.

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We’re excited to announce that Shasta Ventures has invested $10M USD into our Series A round. Shasta Ventures is a Silicon Valley based, early-stage investment firm with many previous successful exits. This investment will help fund our continued growth.

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Quantum computing is advancing at a rapid pace. That is why it is important to start analyzing and protecting from the threat it poses to current public key infrastructure. Enterprise security provider BlackBerry recognizes the urgency and has planned to off quantum-safe solutions to its customers.

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On October 4th, 2018, BlackBerry announced that they will be embedding the ISARA Radiate™ Security Solutions Suite to provide quantum-safe code-signing capabilities as a product in their cryptography array.

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The importance of planning ahead for the quantum threat grows every day as advancements are made in quantum computing. Recently, BlackBerry announced that they will be integrating the ISARA Radiate Security Solution Suite to offer a quantum-safe code signing server as part of their cryptographic product range.

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Hardware security modules (HSM) and digital certificates are critical pieces of technology in securing today’s online transactions and communications. Our partnership with DigiCert and Gemalto aims to create a quantum-safe digital certificate and secure key management solution.

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BlackBerry recently announced, starting November 2018, they will be offering a new quantum-safe code-signing server to its product array. The quantum-safe code-signing capability is made possible using the ISARA Radiate™ Security Solution Suite.

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Preparing for the impact quantum computing will have on today’s security infrastructure will take several years. For devices requiring embedded ‘roots of trust’ that will have lifetimes of 10+ years (well into the estimated quantum computing era), the time to make them quantum-safe is now.

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We know that as quantum computers begin to grow in qubit count, they become more powerful. A quantum computer strong enough to crack modern-day public key cryptography, which acts as the backbone of today’s secure interactions over the internet, is estimated to be five to 15 years away. Therefore, the importance of protecting against the quantum threat grows greater every day.

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When it comes to quantum computing becoming a mainstream technology, it is becoming clear that industry, government and academia must work together to reap the full benefits of this emerging technology. At the Hudson Institute’s “The Quantum Revolution and Intellectual Property: Advancing and Protecting America’s Innovative Edge” on Wednesday, September 12th, ISARA’s Martin Laforest, Senior […]

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