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SoftForum is preparing for the next generation of security, setting a milestone for future security through quantum-resistant cryptography.
It is expected to bring revolutionary changes in the field. As quantum computers develop, ‘quantum jumps’ (rapid development in a short period of time) can be achieved in various fields.
Although there are positive aspects in which the development of quantum computers can achieve rapid progress in various fields, the threat caused by the changes in the IT information security field will require robust security channels, data protection for sensitive data, and safe data transmission.
Quantum computers will no longer be able to safely use algorithms such as RSA (Rivest-Shamir-Adleman) and ECC (elliptic curve cryptography), which are most widely used currently through the Shore/Grover algorithm that utilizes quantum superposition computing technology. Thus, as quantum computers advance, vulnerabilities in most cryptographic systems emerge as new threat models, putting current public-key cryptosystem infrastructures used for e-commerce, digital signatures, and electronic identities at risk.
Soft Forum has a continuous roadmap to apply various concepts such as hybrid systems (double encryption, double KEM, double signature, etc.) based on quantum-resistant cryptography technology and allows companies and governments to use quantum computers in current public key cryptographic algorithms. We are preparing to apply a new quantum-resistant cryptographic algorithm that is safe even in this era.
How we are different
• Quantum-resistant technology and patents possession
• Challenging and innovative philosophy to prepare for the next generation security and the pool of talented people
• Research in post-quantum cryptography (PQC) to develop cryptographic algorithms and explore best practices against attacks