Critical cryptographic algorithms will be easily broken by quantum computers. Soon all encryption may be under attack using advanced mathematics such as Shor or even advanced algorithms advantaging quantum computing for search.
There are answers for quantum cryptography attacks. We have those answers and we have them now. Our quantum encryption systems designed to advantage properties of our unique IZp algebra: asymmetric, symmetric, authentication, dynamic signature encryption and homomorphic abilities are getting ready for battle.
That is not all as IZp algorithms provide new ways to address other traditional but difficult problems and allow unique solutions and products in many areas. Let us name a few of them; complex modeling turbulent flow, aerodynamics, hydrodynamics, financial modeling and prediction, statistics, economics, AI and machine learning, computer graphics chips, 5G chip design, fMRI methodologies, and that’s just a start. An IZp algorithm module may even be the basis for fully harnessing quantum computers power and that will mean genomic breakthroughs, new materials, and untold insight.
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Algorithm Company LLC, is a pioneer of post quantum cryptography algorithms and security solutions. Our products are designed to be used by fintech, government, and most private organizations to protect confidential data across a range of industries. We offer best-in-class technology.
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Current cryptographic algorithms will be easily broken by quantum computers that can solve a large number of computations in parallel (i.e., Grover's algorithm). Quantum computing has been proven feasible with many companies such as IBM investing heavily in this technology.
We believe in a innovative new solution for this problem. By combining quantum computing and blockchain technology, we have created a whole new generation of cryptography called Quantum Encryption (QE). This allows us to create unbreakable cryptographic keys at scale.
Quantum Encryption is the next generation public key infrastructure based on quantum mechanics using quantum entanglement and superposition principle along with multi party computation techniques so that it would be impossible for any existing or future computer to break these keys even if they were able to run Shor’s algorithm faster than all other computers combined because of their ability to make use of parallel processing power effectively .
We aim at providing a platform where users encrypts data with keys generated by our proprietary encryption algorithm based on qubits instead of bits which makes our solution future proof against quantum attack as long as there is not a practical scalable quantum computer available by then (which we believe won't happen). We also provide white label API solutions for developers looking to incorporate this protection into their products/services.
Algorithms are the backbone of modern computing. They're what make your phone's apps work, and they're what power most of the technology that we use in our daily lives. But how do algorithms work? And why do they matter to you?
Algorithms are a set of instructions that can be used to solve problems.
They are often used in math and computer science, but they also have many practical applications outside of these fields. For example, algorithms are the basis for how search engines work.
Algorithms can be designed to perform specific tasks or solve particular types of problems. One algorithm might sort data from smallest to largest while another might find the shortest route between two points on a map. There is no limit to what an algorithm can do!
It was first developed in 1981 by Charles H. Bennett, Gilles Brassard, John Smolin and Artur Ekert. The idea behind it was to use quantum mechanical effects as a means for distributing cryptographic keys between two parties without having them pass through any other party or space which could be eavesdropped on.
Quantum Cryptography algorithms are used in many different fields such as finance, military communications and data storage with the goal being to provide secure communication channels over an insecure network. This type of encryption can also be used for authentication purposes where one user sends their public key to another user who then encrypts their message using this key before sending it back to the original sender who decrypts it with their private key which only they have access too.
This way both users know that nobody else has intercepted or tampered with either message during transmission because if somebody had done so they would not have been able to decrypt the message sent back from the receiver since they do not possess its corresponding private key which is needed for decryption purposes.
It’s not just for governments anymore! Quantum Cryptography algorithms have been around since 1993 but only recently has it become available for commercial use through companies like ours who specialize in providing these services to businesses looking for more robust security measures than traditional forms of encryption offer today.
If you want your data transmitted securely, then this is what you need! With quantum cryptography algorithms, all your data will remain private and unreadable by anyone else but you and your intended recipient. You’ll never have to worry about someone intercepting your message again!
Contact us today if you want more information about how we can help protect your business from hackers and other cyber threats!