Strengthening Crypto Through Quantum Randomness

Presented by

Dr. Richard Hughes, Physicist and Retired Fellow, LANL & Richard Moulds, Vice President, Whitewood

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Random numbers and the entropy they contain is the foundation of secure cryptography. Yet, providing sufficient random numbers and entropy with assurances that it cannot be known, monitored, controlled or manipulated by others has proven to be remarkably difficult. How do you know if your random numbers are truly random, and how can you insure that your security system is secure?

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