RFC 8391: genua Protects Against Quantum Computers

Develop a post-quantum signature scheme – this is a challenge a few organizations have taken on. genua, together with the TU Darmstadt, have been successful. Our scheme has now been published as the RFC 8391 Internet standard. You will find comprehensive supporting information here: The interview with one of the RFC authors, our press release, insights into the research project, and more.

Expert Interview: RFC 8391 – a Milestone in the Protection from Quantum Computers

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RFC 8391: The first universally accepted standardized method for digital signatures that can withstand the processing power of quantum computers. >> more

But how can you be sure that software updates are really quantum-resistant? And why is it so exceptional that researchers from genua have worked on an RFC? >> more

We talked to Stefan-Lukas Gazdag about this development. He is an engineer in genua’s research division and one of the authors of the RFC. >> more

Press Release: First Internet Standard for Post-Quantum Signatures

Movement has come in the race between computer processing power and encryption technology: Our post-quantum signature scheme has now been published as the RFC 8391 Internet standard. This makes it the first universally recognized and deployable scheme for digital signatures that will withstand the calculating power of quantum computers.  >> more

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