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Upcoming

Invited to speak at ETSI/IQC Quantum Safe Crytography on Quantum-safe Cryptographic Deployments in Hyper-scale and hyper connected IoT settings online, February 18-19, 2021.

2021

   

2020

Invited to talk at NIST-NCCoE Virtual Workshop on Considerations in Migrating to Post-Quantum Cryptographic Algorithms, online, October 7, 2020.
Invited to talk at ICMC20 on Post-Quantum Cryptography Based on Isogenies and Progress in Hardware in Bethesda, Maryland, April 28-May 1, 2020. Come talk to us. (Rescheduled virtually for September 21-24 due to COVID-19)

Release: August 18, 2020

2020 Cade Prize Fibonacci Finalist

Release: July 27, 2020

NIST Announces Round 3 Candidates, SIKE Remains

“On July 22, 2020, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) finally announced the long-awaited Round 3 finalists for their post-quantum standardization process. Of the 69 algorithms that survived initial scrutiny and made it into the start of Round 1 back in 2017, Round 2 saw this field cut to 26 candidates and now Round 3 has cut this down to 15. These 15 are further broken down into what NIST refers to as “finalists” and “alternates”, where the alternates could be standardized during a Round 4. Round 3 is expected to last approximately 12-18 months. In addition …”

Invited to speak at Inside Quantum Technology on Post-Quantum encryption software in New York City, NY, June 1-5, 2020. (Rescheduled for virtual only due to COVID-19)

Dr. Azarderakhsh spoke at Microchip’s Shields Up! webinar series about Post-Quantum Suite-Q for Embedded Devices on May 21, 2020.

Attended RSAConference 2020 in San Francisco, CA, February 24-28.

Release: February 12, 2020

PQSecure’s discussion on the NIST PQS process, candidates, hybrid schemes and more

“Post-Quantum cryptography refers to cryptographic algorithms that are secure both classically and against attacks using quantum computers, when they arrive. Governments and high-tech companies are spending large sums of money building these quantum computers with some success from companies like Google, IBM, and others. The large-scale quantum computers needed to break internet encryption are not available today, but that day is fast approaching. …”

 

Release: February 1, 2020

PQSecure joins Quantum Economic Development Consortium (QED-C)

The Quantum Economic Development Consortium (QED-C), which aims to enable and grow the U.S. quantum industry and associated supply chain, has over 100 participants, including PQSecure Technologies.  QED-C brings industry together to identify high impact applications and gaps in the enabling technologies, standards, and “quantum ready” workforce needed to realize those applications.  QED-C also provides an industry voice to the government agencies that have a role in advancing quantum information science and technology. PQSecure Technologies is excited to be part of QED-C and part of the future quantum economy. Quantum computers will also be able to break the security of current internet and connected online infrastructures. Quantum-safe solutions will be required to make our connections secure now and at the age of quantum computers. Please talk to us as we have quantum-safe solutions for your applications.

Dr. Reza Azarderakhsh’s Inside Quantum Technology Interview can be found here.

2019

Invited to speak at ETSI/IQC Quantum Safe Crytography on Cryptoanalysis of Known and Attempted Attacks on SIDH and SIKE in Seattle, WA, November 5-7, 2019.
Invited to speak at ETSI/IQC Quantum Safe Crytography on New Performance Results for SIKE in Resource-Constrained Environments in Seattle, WA, November 5-7, 2019.
Invited to speak at ARM Research Summit 2019 on Post-Quantum Cryptography in ARM Cortex M Series in Austin, Texas, September 15-17, 2019.
 September 1, 2019: PQSecure was awarded an NSF SBIR Phase II Award.
Invited to speak at CHES 2019 on Isogeny-Based Cryptography in Hardware in Atlanta, Georgia, August 25-28, 2019.
Invited to speak at Microsoft Research Cryptography group on SIKE in Hardware for IoT in Redmond, WA, June 17, 2019.
Invited to talk at ICMC19 on Post-Quantum Cryptography Based on Isogenies and Progress in Hardware in Vancouver, Canada, May 14-17, 2019. Come talk to us.
Invited to present our company at the Florida Early State Capital Conference in Orlando, FL, May 9-10, 2019.

 

 

Gave a talk at Inside Quantum Technology on PQC Software Markets in Boston, Massachusetts, March 19-21, 2019.
10th Annual Cade Prize Sweet 16 Finalist.

 

 

Panelist for Computing Community Consortium for Identifying Research Challenges in Post Quantum Cryptography Migration and Cryptographic Agility in Washington, D.C., January 31-February 1, 2019.

 

 

2018

Invited to Present our Company at the Florida Aerospace Capital Forum, November 14, 2018.
Gave a talk at ETSI/IQC Quantum-Safe workshop 2018 on Performance of Quantum-Safe Isogenies on ARM Processors, in Beijing, China, November 6-8, 2018
Gave a talk at ARM TechCon 2018 on Performance of Quantum-safe Cryptography in Arm Devices in San Francisco, CA, October 16-18, 2018.
Gave a talk at ARM Research Summit 2018 on Post-Quantum Isogeny-based Cryptography on ARM processors in Cambridge, UK, September 17-19, 2018.
Panelist for Computing Community Consortium for Leadership in Embedded Security workshop in Baltimore, Maryland, August 12-13, 2018.
Gave an invited talk in ICMC’18 about our hardware solutions for post-quantum cryptography in Ottawa, Canada, May 8-11, 2018.
Gave a talk in RSA’18 conference in Cryptographers’ track in San Francisco, CA, April 16-20, 2018.
PQSecure received funding from National Science Foundation through SBIR Phase I program.

2017

Attended and gave a talk in the 5th ETSI/IQC quantum-safe Workshop, in London (UK) on September 13-15, 2017.
PQSecure was been selected as part of FAU Tech Runway’s Venture Class 5 startup companies.