In the ever-evolving landscape of cybersecurity, the critical role of entropy as a source for cryptographic systems is often understated. Entropy, in the context of cryptography, refers to the randomness collected by a computer system for use in cryptographic algorithms.
Transitioning from a traditional True Random Number Generator (TRNG) to a Quantum Random Number Generator (QRNG) in manufacturing products can offer several compelling advantages: Competitive advantage: Adopting cutting-edge technology such as QRNGs can differentiate a manufacturer’s products in the market, attracting… Read More »Manufacturers, why transition from TRNG to QRNG?
Some thoughts on why everyone should consider implementing quantum random number generation (QRNG) technologies. It is a risk to assume a system generated random number is truly random. Our devices do constant health checks to ensure you are getting a… Read More »If You Could Use a QRNG, Why Wouldn’t You?
QRNG’s make hardware quantum resilient – by CEO Jon Maliepaard In recent years, there has been a growing concern about the security of our digital infrastructure in the face of quantum computing. Quantum computers are still in their early stages… Read More »The Importance of getting hardware quantum resilient
Some deep insights from our CSO, Dr Jose Coello Throughout the history of data secrecy and information security, there has been a constant battle between hackers to break cryptographic systems, and the technology developers to protect them. Currently, publicly adopted… Read More »The Quantum Race is on