Precautionary Standardisation for Quantum Cryptography

The National Institute for Standards and Technology chose a proposal for Post-Quantum Cryptography standards to safeguard against the threat of quantum computing breaking encrypted communication. Learn more on the provided page.

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On 5 July, the USA National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) selected a candidate proposal to become standard for Post-Quantum Cryptography (PQC)

The new PQC standards should prevent the risk that powerful quantum computing will pose to existing cryptography and encryption of digital traffic.

It is a precautionary standard that should prevent the risk of quantum computing being used for cracking encrypted communication.

See more here at NIST page.