What Is Post-Quantum Cryptography and Apple’s PQ3?

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The existence of quantum computers on the horizon has shaken the cryptography world, and researchers and scientists have received a massive response to build feasible Post-Quantum Cryptography (PCQ). Recently, Apple has taken an enormous step forward by announcing their own PCQ systems, PQ3, in Apple devices. 

Learn more about PCQ and Apple’s announcement and the more significant impact of post-quantum encryption.

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Biometric Encryption and Protecting Personal Data

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With traditional passwords becoming increasingly vulnerable to breaches, the focus has shifted towards more secure and unique identifiers – our biometric data. Biometric encryption stands at the forefront of this evolution, merging individual biological traits’ uniqueness with cryptographic techniques’ robustness. 

This article will discuss how biometric encryption works, its applications, and challenges in the rapidly evolving cybersecurity landscape. From unlocking smartphones to securing high-value transactions, biometric encryption reshapes how we think about and interact with security systems. 


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What Is In-Transit Cryptography?

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Data encryption is a crucial part of cybersecurity. The standard data states (at rest, in transit, and use) all present unique and challenging vulnerabilities that can expose that data to unauthorized parties. No vulnerability is more apparent than having that data stolen and viewed by people who shouldn’t be looking. 

That’s where in-transit encryption comes into play. With in-transit encryption, you can meet your compliance requirements and ensure that your data, and the data of your patients and customers, remain confidential.


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