The study of secure communication methods that restrict a message’s contents to the sender and intended recipient is known as cryptography. The Greek word kryptos, which means hidden, is the origin of the term. In the field of computer science, the term “cryptography” refers to methods for safe information and communication that are based on mathematical concepts and a set of rule-based calculations known as “algorithms” and are used to change messages in a way that is hard to decipher. I
n the event that malicious third parties, or adversaries, are present, secure communication is made possible through cryptography. An algorithm and a key are used in encryption to convert plaintext (the input) into encrypted ciphertext (the output).
Cryptography is currently used to safeguard digital data. It is a subfield of computer science that focuses on converting data into formats that unauthorized users cannot recognize. An encrypted message in which letters are substituted for other characters is an illustration of basic cryptography.
The study of data storage and communication in a secure and typically secret form is known as cryptology. It includes both cryptanalysis and cryptography. Through the use of message digests and hashing algorithms, cryptography ensures the integrity of data. The receiver is assured that the received data has not been altered during transmission by providing codes and digital keys to ensure that it is genuine and comes from the intended sender.
The Global Cryptographic computer market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
PONE Biometrics, a Norwegian cyber security company, and PQShield, a leading post-quantum cryptography company, have reached a milestone agreement to embed PQC algorithms in its smart card-sized hardware solution, OFFPAD, making the device quantum secure and delivering future-proof cryptographic security solutions to the market.
PONE Biometrics is pleased to announce the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with PQShield, a leading provider of NIST-approved PQC algorithms and a global post-quantum cryptography (PQC) company. The cycle was started determined to implant PQC calculations in PONE Biometrics’ safe equipment, OFFPAD, to make the gadget quantum secure.
The OFFPAD is a security device of a new generation that combines biometrics and post-quantum cryptography for strong authentication. It will be offered to the military, government agencies, financial institutions, and banks to further enhance security and safeguard against potential threats posed by quantum computers in the future. OFFPAD is fully compliant with the most recent cryptographic standards set by international defense partners and governments thanks to this feature.
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