Planning for Post-Quantum Cryptography: Evolution of Internet Standards

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Russ Housley Founder and Owner Vigil Security

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No one knows exactly when a large-scale quantum computer will be invented. When it does happen, all public key cryptography in use today will be at risk, allowing recorded encrypted traffic to be recovered. As a result, post-quantum cryptography (PQC) is being developed and standardized. Next, many internet security protocols will be enhanced to use PQC algorithms. Once the protocols have been developed it will take many years to transition. Earn 0.50 CPE credits on this session. Keyfactor is an approved (ISC)² CPE Submitter, partner.
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