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A Quantum Response to Next-Gen Cyber Threats

Computer security experts have sounded alarms that the power of quantum computers may make it possible to crack current advanced encryption standards (AES) that are used to protect highly sensitive data. The key vulnerability of current encryption standards — including both the 256-bit AES and the 3,072-bit RSA — lies not in their being uncrackable,

NIST Narrows Field of Post-Quantum Crypto Contenders

The National Institute of Standards and Technology has been working to ensure that public-key cryptosystems will not be hackable once large-scale quantum computers are built. Although the delivery timeline of a mature quantum computer is under debate, NIST has already begun to prepare IT security to be able to resist quantum computing. It plans to

The Misguided Campaign to Undermine OTAs and Innovation

The breathtaking pace at which our adversaries deploy new offensive cyber tools and techniques has sprinted past our existing legacy IT systems, which cannot be modified fast enough to make them secure. To fight back, we need the ability to procure new technologies to keep pace with the development of new technologies. In government contracting,