Quantum mechanics could completely revolutionize the world of cryptography, because the development of quantum computers could lead to the overcoming of current cryptographic algorithms. Telsy is directly involved in research in the field of Post-Quantum cryptography and Quantum key distribution.
Falcon: digital signature based on NTRU
Introduction NIST’s Post-Quantum standardization process has identified two cryptographic schemes based on lattice theory within digital signatures: CRYSTALS-Dilithium and Falcon. Within modern cryptographic communication protocols, these solutions will replace the...
CRYSTALS-Dilithium: LWE-based digital signature
Introduction NIST’s Post-Quantum standardization process identified two cryptographic schemes to be intended as “primary” solutions. With regard to Key Encapsulation Mechanisms (KEMs), key derivation schemes, CRYSTALS-Kyber was selected, while from...
Post-Quantum Cryptography (PQC): a classical solution to the quantum threat
Introduction Public key (or asymmetric) cryptography is one of the bases on which all communication protocols rest which, starting from an insecure channel, must achieve multiple security properties, such as...