What happens when quantum computing and patents collide? : Quantum Computing

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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Global Leader in Quantum-Safe Security Presents How Crypto-Agility Helps Organizations Integrate Encryption Resistant to Quantum Attack Today WASHINGTON, D.C. and WATERLOO, Ontario (September 5, 2018) – ISARA Corp., the world’s leading provider of quantum-safe security solutions, will present the importance of crypto-agility and how organizations can prepare today for the looming threat quantum computing poses […]

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Esteemed Quantum Physicist and Science Promoter from Institute for Quantum Computing to help industry, government prepare for quantum security risks WATERLOO, Ontario (August 16th, 2018) – ISARA Corp., the leading provider of quantum-safe security solutions, today announced that renowned quantum computing expert Martin Laforest has joined the company. His proven record in scientific outreach and […]

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Our Senior Product Manager, Alexander Truskovsky, sat down with Mark B. Cooper of PKI Solutions Inc (A.K.A The PKI Guy) to discuss quantum-safe security, which was released August 1st, 2018. This conversation covers: quantum computing’s threat to public key cryptography quantum-enabled “harvest and decrypt” attacks the importance of having crypto-agile certificates in the quantum era […]

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While the ideal of public key cryptography is to have a “set and forget” group of algorithms that will guarantee security forever, increasingly we are realizing this ideal is not viable. There is not one cryptographic algorithm with a fixed set of parameters that will last indefinitely. As computers become more powerful and new attacks are found on existing protocols, it is important to update our cryptography. This can involve increasing parameters on widely used algorithms. There have also been times when it involved switching to new cryptographic schemes entirely. With the onset of large-scale quantum computing, we are currently at the start of the second major migration of public key cryptography, part of the constantly evolving progression of cryptography.

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Lt. Gen. (Ret.) Ronnie Hawkins Jr. and the Hawkins Group to help lead Military Technology Policy and Strategy WATERLOO, Ontario (June 7th, 2018) – ISARA Corp., the leading provider of security solutions for the quantum age, announced today that it has partnered with Hawkins Group as a cybersecurity advisor in Washington, D.C. led by the former Director of the […]

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Quantum computers have the potential to solve real-world problems that would take conventional computers incalculable amounts of time to crack. This article provides an in-depth explanation of quantum, how quantum will impact the real world, and specifically how quantum’s effect is “a bit of a double-edged sword.” ISARA Corporation’s CEO & Co-founder, Scott Totzke, mentioned that quantum computers […]

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On April 24, ISARA Corporation’s VP of Business Development, Paul Lucier, was invited to join The Peggy Smedley Show – one of the most influential, Internet of Things (IoT) podcasts discussing relevant tech trends – with Peggy Smedley. In this interview, now available as a podcast, they discussed both positive disruption and dark side of […]

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ISARA Corp., the leading provider of security solutions for the quantum computing age, and Certified Security Solutions (CSS), the leader in PKI-based digital identity software and services announced today that their innovative partnership has resulted in release of the world’s first quantum-safe, full-stack public key infrastructure (PKI) solution.

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The idea that “quantum computers will break cryptography” has become popular in today’s media, but has been an area of focus for those in the cryptography industry for a while. With this threat fast approaching, Cisco Systems and ISARA Corporation have collaborated to provide “a hybrid approach to the problem, allowing certificates to be tested […]

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