Secure the Future with Post-Quantum Cryptography on eFPGAs
Quantum computers are rapidly developing and pose a serious threat to the security of our current information and network infrastructures. This makes the need for robust cybersecurity measures more critical than ever.
NIST published Post-Quantum Cryptography (PQC) draft standards in 2023, a set of encryption algorithms that are resistant to attack by quantum computers. The NSA has also issued a requirement to implement quantum-secure algorithms in newly deployed systems by 2025, and to transition all deployed systems by 2030.
Flexibility and customization of eFPGAs make them the optimal choice for facilitating the migration of critical environments to quantum resilience with PQC.
Join us to learn more about the future of data protection with Xiphera’s groundbreaking Post-Quantum Cryptography and QuickLogic’s cutting-edge eFPGA technology.
Field Application Manager, QuickLogic Corporation
Robert Dawson is a Field Application Manager at QuickLogic, helping customers architect and integrate eFPGA into their SoC development.
Developer, Xiphera Ltd.
Valtteri Allekotte is a hardware developer at Xiphera, where he works on the development of hardware-based post-quantum cryptographic products.