In a world of ubiquitous connected devices, massive exchange of sensitive data must be protected with cryptographic functions. It is also necessary to prepare for the advent of quantum computers which will make classic asymmetric cryptography obsolete. The recent trend of standardization pushes indeed a safe quantum cryptography. Thus, a wide variety of communication systems and public key infrastructures must be updated with post-quantum cryptography solutions. In this presentation, we discuss the three main functions; signature verification, key encapsulation and secure boot, and how to provide these services in different contexts and constraints of performance.
This webinar will help you understand:
Insights will also be given on the way to best choose and implement the algorithms to answer various performance constraints.
Program Manager of Applied Cryptography at Secure-IC
Sofiane Takarabt has a PhD in secure implementations and physical attacs from the French University "Telecom Paris".
He joined Secure-IC in 2016 as a PhD Student and engineer in charge of secure cryptographic implementations against physical attacks. After 4 years of evaluating Secure-IC's solution, he is now in charge of designing new cryptographic implementations.