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Safeguarding AI: The Imperative for Quantum-Safe Encrypted Machine Learning

In the rapidly evolving landscape of artificial intelligence, machine learning (ML) algorithms have become indispensable tools, shaping how organizations derive insights and make informed decisions. However, a critical concern persists – the lack of encryption in conventional ML algorithms poses serious privacy and security risks.

Unencrypted ML Algorithms: A Privacy Dilemma

It’s crucial to acknowledge that as of today, most ML algorithms operate in an unencrypted environment. This means that queries, results, and, significantly, the knowledge acquired during the learning process are left exposed. In essence, the crown jewel of organizations in the post-AI world – knowledge, including sensitive customer behavior data – remains vulnerable to exploitation.

Privacy Issues in Unencrypted Queries and Results

The unencrypted nature of queries and results in ML processes leads to severe privacy implications. Imagine a scenario where customer data, financial transactions, or strategic business insights are laid bare during communication between different components of an ML system. This lack of encryption opens the door to eavesdropping and interception, putting sensitive information at risk.

The Exposure of Knowledge: A Prime Target for Hackers

In the era where knowledge is power, the exposure of unencrypted ML knowledge becomes a prime target for hackers. Customer behavior patterns, proprietary algorithms, and other valuable insights acquired through ML processes become the coveted assets that malicious actors seek to exploit. The stakes are high, as organizations risk losing their competitive edge and compromising customer trust.

Quantum-Safe Encryption: The Path to Security

Amidst these challenges, there’s a ray of hope – the realization that we can create ML processes that are quantum-safe encrypted. By adopting our quantum-safe cryptographic techniques, organizations can fortify their ML algorithms against the looming threat of quantum computers, ensuring the confidentiality and integrity of their sensitive information.

Conclusion: Navigating the Quantum-Safe Future

In the race to unlock the full potential of machine learning, securing the knowledge acquired is paramount. As we step into the post-AI world, where data is king, adopting quantum-safe encrypted ML processes becomes not just a necessity but a strategic imperative. By fortifying our algorithms against emerging threats, we can usher in an era where innovation thrives, and organizations confidently harness the power of AI without compromising on security.

Remember, the journey towards quantum-safe encrypted ML is a dynamic one, requiring ongoing vigilance and adaptation to stay ahead in the ever-changing landscape of technology and security.

You need to act now!

We at IronCAP™ have been trying to educate businesses and individuals that Q-day (the day the first quantum hack is publicly recognized) is around the corner and everybody needs to gear up. Nation states and governments are already at it, how about you? To learn more, visit www.ironcap.ca.

IronCAP™ is our latest innovation for the post-quantum cybersecurity. This patent-protected, post-quantum cryptographic system is based on the Goppa Code-based cryptographic technology. It has embedded our proprietary subclass of (L, G) making it not only more secured but also has faster cryptographic operations (key generation, encryption, decryption) than the traditional Goppa Code-based technology (McEliece). We are offering a live demonstration for the general public to try and experience the strength of IronCAP™ post-quantum encryption easily. To learn more, visit www.ironcap.ca.

Quantum-1 (Mar 28 2023)

IBM’s Quantum Breakthrough: Condor and a Shift Towards Error-Resistant Computing

While this breakthrough represents a significant leap forward in computational power, it also poses challenges for traditional cryptographic systems – but don’t worry www.ironcap.ca has it covered!

Introduction:

IBM has reached a groundbreaking milestone in quantum computing with Condor, a quantum processor housing over 1,000 qubits. While this achievement represents a leap in computational power, IBM is also strategically shifting its focus to prioritize error resistance in quantum machines.

Condor’s Quantum Leap:

Unveiled on December 4th, Condor boasts 1,121 superconducting qubits arranged in a distinctive honeycomb pattern. This quantum processor builds on IBM’s previous achievements with machines like Eagle (127 qubits) and Osprey (433 qubits), tapping into quantum phenomena for unprecedented computational capabilities.

Addressing Quantum Errors:

Despite their potential, quantum states are delicate and prone to errors. IBM’s roadmap, which previously doubled qubit numbers annually, is now emphasizing the critical need for error correction in quantum computing. Introducing Heron, a chip with 133 qubits and a record-low error rate, IBM signals a commitment to overcoming quantum errors.

The Promise of qLDPC:

IBM researchers are exploring quantum low-density parity check (qLDPC) as an alternative error-correction scheme. This method aims to significantly reduce error rates, potentially allowing logical qubits to be created with fewer physical qubits. While optimism surrounds this approach, practical implementation with superconducting qubits remains a complex challenge.

Connectivity Challenges and Solutions:

Implementing qLDPC requires each qubit to be directly connected to at least six others, a challenge for traditional superconducting chips with fewer connections. IBM’s solution involves modifying the chip design to facilitate the additional connections required by the qLDPC scheme.

A New Quantum Roadmap:

IBM’s updated roadmap outlines a focus on achieving practical computations, such as simulating catalyst molecules, by the end of the decade. Despite acknowledged challenges, IBM Quantum’s Chief Technology Officer, Oliver Dial, expresses optimism about tangible progress towards realizing practical quantum computing.

Conclusion:

IBM’s Condor represents a significant stride in quantum computing, surpassing the 1,000 qubit milestone. The strategic shift towards error-resistant computing, coupled with innovations like Heron and exploration of qLDPC, signifies a maturation in quantum research. As IBM charts the course for practical quantum computations within the decade, the vision of quantum supremacy moves one step closer to reality.

IronCAP™ has an answer!

This significant milestone is a loud wakeup call to Q-Day – there is no time to wait! Organizations, especially those dealing with sensitive data and communications, should be proactive in adopting quantum-resistant encryption methods to safeguard their information against the potential threats posed by quantum computing advancements.

To learn more, visit www.ironcap.ca.

You need to act now!

We at IronCAP™ have been trying to educate businesses and individuals that Q-day (the day the first quantum hack is publicly recognized) is around the corner and everybody needs to gear up. Nation states and governments are already at it, how about you? To learn more, visit www.ironcap.ca.

IronCAP™ is our latest innovation for the post-quantum cybersecurity. This patent-protected, post-quantum cryptographic system is based on the Goppa Code-based cryptographic technology. It has embedded our proprietary subclass of (L, G) making it not only more secured but also has faster cryptographic operations (key generation, encryption, decryption) than the traditional Goppa Code-based technology (McEliece). We are offering a live demonstration for the general public to try and experience the strength of IronCAP™ post-quantum encryption easily. To learn more, visit www.ironcap.ca.

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The Looming Threat of Quantum Computers to Cybersecurity

Quantum computers have long seemed like a far-off technology of the future. But recent advances are bringing them closer to reality, posing a potentially catastrophic threat to cybersecurity.

According to a recent New York Times article, experts warn that powerful quantum computers could one day unravel the encryption that currently protects sensitive data and communications.

This could happen through quantum computers’ unparalleled ability to factor large numbers – a mathematical feat that conventional computers cannot achieve. Modern encryption relies on the extreme difficulty of factoring large prime numbers. But quantum computers could theoretically factor these numbers rapidly, allowing them to decrypt even the strongest encryption keys used today.

While truly capable quantum computers may still be years or decades away, their emergence could completely upend modern cryptography and security protocols. As the article describes, this could expose military secrets, financial data, infrastructure controls, and years’ worth of encrypted information harvested now by adversaries. According to US government officials and security experts, China, Russia and other nations are aggressively pursuing quantum computing research for this very purpose.

Quantum computing may seem like a distant threat, but experts urge treating it with utmost seriousness. Former NSA general counsel Glenn Gerstell calls it a “completely different kind of problem” that we’ve never faced before. While the likelihood of a encryption-breaking quantum computer materializing soon is under 1%, a catastrophe from such an invention could be devastating.

With so much at stake, the race is on between the US and its rivals to achieve quantum advantage first. But the gains are largely opaque due to secrecy surrounding quantum projects. For now, all we know is that quantum computing promises tremendous benefits as well as unprecedented threats to security if achieved recklessly or weaponized by malicious actors. More open collaboration and wise governance of this technology will be critical in coming years to manage the monumental risks.

The quantum era inches closer each day. We must take steps now to prevent an encryption apocalypse while harnessing quantum’s positives for society. The fate of modern security could hang in the balance.

You need to act now!

We at IronCAP™ have been trying to educate businesses and individuals that Q-day (the day the first quantum hack is publicly recognized) is around the corner and everybody needs to gear up. Nation states and governments are already at it, how about you? To learn more, visit www.ironcap.ca.

IronCAP™ is our latest innovation for the post-quantum cybersecurity. This patent-protected, post-quantum cryptographic system is based on the Goppa Code-based cryptographic technology. It has embedded our proprietary subclass of (L, G) making it not only more secured but also has faster cryptographic operations (key generation, encryption, decryption) than the traditional Goppa Code-based technology (McEliece). We are offering a live demonstration for the general public to try and experience the strength of IronCAP™ post-quantum encryption easily. To learn more, visit www.ironcap.ca.

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Prepare Now for the Quantum Computing Revolution

Prepare Now for the Quantum Computing Revolution

The events of September 11, 2001 taught many lessons about disaster preparedness and business continuity planning. One story that illustrates this well involves Morgan Stanley and their empty office space in New Jersey.

In the months leading up to 9/11, Morgan Stanley had set up a fully functioning office space in New Jersey, complete with technology infrastructure and workstations. Yet this office sat entirely unused each day, serving no immediate purpose.

That is until the Twin Towers fell. When Morgan Stanley’s main offices were destroyed, they were able to quickly reroute operations through the New Jersey office. Within just three days, their systems were back online with minimal disruption to the business.

This was only possible because of Morgan Stanley’s foresight in developing a backup plan for an unknown potential crisis. The unused office space was an investment in preparedness for the unexpected.

Today’s businesses face a looming technological crisis in the rise of quantum computing. Though still years away, quantum computers threaten to upend cybersecurity by rendering current encryption methods obsolete. Organizations need to start preparing now for this disruption to avoid being caught off guard.

Just like Morgan Stanley’s unused office space, adopting new quantum-safe encryption like IronCAP requires investment even before the threat materializes. But this upfront cost pales in comparison to the massive impacts on business operations if quantum computers emerge without adequate security preparations in place.

The events of 9/11 demonstrated the critical need for contingency planning and getting ahead of future risks. Companies that want to withstand the next technological shift would be wise to heed this lesson. By taking action now, they can maintain continuity when the landscape inevitably evolves. Don’t wait for quantum computers to arrive to prepare – the time is now.

You need to act now!

We at IronCAP™ have been trying to educate businesses and individuals that Q-day (the day the first quantum hack is publicly recognized) is around the corner and everybody needs to gear up. Nation states and governments are already at it, how about you? To learn more, visit www.ironcap.ca.

IronCAP™ is our latest innovation for the post-quantum cybersecurity. This patent-protected, post-quantum cryptographic system is based on the Goppa Code-based cryptographic technology. It has embedded our proprietary subclass of (L, G) making it not only more secured but also has faster cryptographic operations (key generation, encryption, decryption) than the traditional Goppa Code-based technology (McEliece). We are offering a live demonstration for the general public to try and experience the strength of IronCAP™ post-quantum encryption easily. To learn more, visit www.ironcap.ca.

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The Future is Here: Commercially Available PQC Solutions for the Quantum Threat

The Future is Here: Commercially Available PQC Solutions for the Quantum Threat

The advent of quantum computers capable of breaking current public key cryptography is inevitable. While we may still be years away from this, forward-thinking companies are already developing quantum-safe solutions.

On a recent episode of the Root Causes podcast, Andrew Cheung of IronCAP discussed how his company is bringing post-quantum cryptography (PQC) to market today in various applications.

LISTEN HERE:
https://soundcloud.com/tim-callan/root-causes-330-end-to-end-pqc-in-use-today

IronCAP started working on PQC solutions in anticipation of the quantum threat over 5 years ago. They developed a toolkit that allows integrating PQC algorithms like Kyber and Dilithium into existing public key infrastructure.

Rather than wait for industry standards, IronCAP took the walled garden approach and implemented PQC within their own products first. For example, they now offer a PQC-enabled VPN and end-to-end encrypted email.

A project with cryptocurrency companies highlights how PQC can be applied selectively even with legacy infrastructure. While blockchain ledgers are quantum-safe, the private keys used to authorize transactions are vulnerable. IronCAP devised a way to implement PQC to protect these keys while maintaining compatibility with existing blockchains.

The key takeaway is that companies who recognize the quantum threat and control their own IT environments can start integrating PQC today. This allows high-value targets to mitigate the risk of “harvest now, decrypt later” attacks even before broad PQC standards and compatibility emerge.

So while fully universal PQC across the internet is still on the horizon, solutions for specific use cases are here today. IronCAP is leading the charge in commercially viable PQC, bringing quantum-safe security to early adopters.

As quantum computing advances, PQC will be crucial in all industries relying on data protection and integrity, like finance, healthcare, and defense. Companies have a choice – either leave sensitive data vulnerable to future decryption, or be proactive and integrate selective PQC safeguards now.

The message is clear: commercially viable PQC is available today thanks to innovative companies like IronCAP. The future of quantum-safe data protection is already here.

You need to act now!

We at IronCAP™ have been trying to educate businesses and individuals that Q-day (the day the first quantum hack is publicly recognized) is around the corner and everybody needs to gear up. Nation states and governments are already at it, how about you? To learn more, visit www.ironcap.ca.

IronCAP™ is our latest innovation for the post-quantum cybersecurity. This patent-protected, post-quantum cryptographic system is based on the Goppa Code-based cryptographic technology. It has embedded our proprietary subclass of (L, G) making it not only more secured but also has faster cryptographic operations (key generation, encryption, decryption) than the traditional Goppa Code-based technology (McEliece). We are offering a live demonstration for the general public to try and experience the strength of IronCAP™ post-quantum encryption easily. To learn more, visit www.ironcap.ca.

World’s First #QuantumSafe End-to-End #EmailSecurity Service for Enterprises

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IronCAP™ X v2.0 was developed with simplicity and security in mind.

The underlying technology is patent-protected providing end-to-end security for your emails against attacks by any bad actor. From the time your email is sent until the time it is received and read by the authenticated recipient it remains fully encrypted without any decryption along the way. This guarantees complete privacy. Using National Institute of Standards and Technology (“NIST”) approved algorithms IronCAP™ X v2.0 is safe from attacks by sophisticated hackers including those using Quantum Computers.

Incorporating an IronCAP™ protected email digital signature ensures the sender is the real sender and not an impersonated one. This provides an extra layer of security which helps solve the infamous email phishing issue, which is the major way used by hackers to hijack emails gaining access to your computer system and holding you for ransom.

IronCAP X v2.0 is offered in two versions. A free version is available for personal usage and a business version is available with central management tools for IT managers can be subscribed at $9.95 per month or $99.95 per year.

For more information and a free download visit https://www.ironcap.ca/ironcap-x/

You need to act now!

We at IronCAP™ have been trying to educate businesses and individuals that Q-day (the day the first quantum hack is publicly recognized) is around the corner and everybody needs to gear up. Nation states and governments are already at it, how about you? To learn more, visit www.ironcap.ca.

IronCAP™ is our latest innovation for the post-quantum cybersecurity. This patent-protected, post-quantum cryptographic system is based on the Goppa Code-based cryptographic technology. It has embedded our proprietary subclass of (L, G) making it not only more secured but also has faster cryptographic operations (key generation, encryption, decryption) than the traditional Goppa Code-based technology (McEliece). We are offering a live demonstration for the general public to try and experience the strength of IronCAP™ post-quantum encryption easily. To learn more, visit www.ironcap.ca.

Email #Encryption: Protecting Your Digital Communications with #IronCAP

EncryptionThe Importance of Email Encryption: Protecting Your Digital Communications

In today’s digital age, email has become an integral part of our personal and professional lives. It allows us to communicate with colleagues, friends, and family members seamlessly. However, with the increasing number of cyber threats and data breaches, it has become crucial to prioritize the security of our digital communications. One effective way to achieve this is by encrypting our email messages. In this blog post, we will explore the importance of email encryption and why it is essential in safeguarding our sensitive information.

1. Protecting Privacy:
Email encryption ensures the privacy and confidentiality of your messages. By encrypting your emails, you make them unreadable to anyone without the decryption key. This helps prevent unauthorized access and ensures that only the intended recipients can read your messages, keeping your sensitive information safe from prying eyes.

2. Safeguarding Sensitive Data:
Emails often contain sensitive data such as personal identification details, financial information, or confidential business data. Encrypting these messages adds an extra layer of protection, making it significantly more difficult for hackers or malicious actors to intercept and exploit your valuable information. It reduces the risk of identity theft, fraud, and unauthorized data disclosure.

3. Compliance with Regulations:
Many industries, such as healthcare and finance, are subject to strict data protection regulations like the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) or the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Encrypting emails helps organizations comply with these regulations by ensuring the security and confidentiality of sensitive data during transmission.

4. Building Trust:
Encrypting your emails sends a powerful message to your recipients. It shows that you prioritize their privacy and security. Whether you’re a business communicating with clients or an individual exchanging personal information, email encryption builds trust and confidence in your ability to handle sensitive data responsibly.

5. Mitigating Email Interception:
Unencrypted emails can be intercepted during transmission, leaving them vulnerable to interception attacks like man-in-the-middle attacks. Email encryption utilizes advanced algorithms to protect your messages from interception and tampering, ensuring that your communication remains secure from origin to destination.

Conclusion:

In an era where cyber threats are rampant, email encryption has become more than just a recommended security practice—it is a necessity. By prioritizing the encryption of our email messages, we can protect our privacy, safeguard sensitive data, comply with regulations, build trust, and mitigate the risk of interception. Implementing email encryption solutions or using email providers that offer encryption capabilities is an essential step in ensuring the security and integrity of our digital communications. Let’s embrace email encryption to enhance our online safety and protect our valuable information.

You need to act now!

We at IronCAP™ have been trying to educate businesses and individuals that Q-day (the day the first quantum hack is publicly recognized) is around the corner and everybody needs to gear up. Nation states and governments are already at it, how about you? To learn more, visit www.ironcap.ca.

IronCAP™ is our latest innovation for the post-quantum cybersecurity. This patent-protected, post-quantum cryptographic system is based on the Goppa Code-based cryptographic technology. It has embedded our proprietary subclass of (L, G) making it not only more secured but also has faster cryptographic operations (key generation, encryption, decryption) than the traditional Goppa Code-based technology (McEliece). We are offering a live demonstration for the general public to try and experience the strength of IronCAP™ post-quantum encryption easily. To learn more, visit www.ironcap.ca.

Central Bank Digital Currency #Tourbillon #CBDC Project

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#Tourbillon, a new project to improve cyber resiliency, scalability, & privacy as a prototype CBDC.

The project has been launched by BIS Innovation Hub’s Swiss Centre and the goal is for the prototype to be finished by mid-2023, and BIS states results will be relevant to both wholesale and retail CBDC.

“To achieve cyber resiliency the project will be experimenting with #quantum-resistant #cryptography. For scalability the project will use an architecture compatible with distributed ledger technology, although not based on it. By making each transaction separate, the system resources scale linearly. The project seeks to verify the linear scalability of the design with realistic parameters.” FinExtra News reported.

Tourbillon aims to create privacy by providing it for the payment sender but not for the recipient. Regulatory and compliance checks will continue to apply.

Central bank digital currency (CBDC) is money that a central bank, like the Bank of England, can produce. It’s called digital (or electronic) because it isn’t physical money like notes and coins. It is in the form of an amount on a computer or similar device. A CBDC is different from cryptocurrency (also known as cryptoassets). Cryptocurrencies are NOT issued by a central bank. A CBDC is simply digital fiat, whereas cryptocurrencies are digital assets on a decentralised network.

Many countries are developing CBDCs, and some have even implemented them!

You need to act now!

We at IronCAP™ have been trying to educate businesses and individuals that Q-day (the day the first quantum hack is publicly recognized) is around the corner and everybody needs to gear up. Nation states and governments are already at it, how about you? To learn more, visit www.ironcap.ca.

IronCAP™ is our latest innovation for the post-quantum cybersecurity. This patent-protected, post-quantum cryptographic system is based on the Goppa Code-based cryptographic technology. It has embedded our proprietary subclass of (L, G) making it not only more secured but also has faster cryptographic operations (key generation, encryption, decryption) than the traditional Goppa Code-based technology (McEliece). We are offering a live demonstration for the general public to try and experience the strength of IronCAP™ post-quantum encryption easily. To learn more, visit www.ironcap.ca.

Is #RSA #Encryption vulnerable to #QuantumComputers?

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The robustness of RSA encryption has come under scrutiny

In the realm of digital security, encryption plays a vital role in safeguarding sensitive information. For decades, the RSA encryption algorithm has been widely used and trusted for its effectiveness. However, with the rise of quantum computers, the robustness of RSA encryption has come under scrutiny. In this blog post, we will explore the fundamentals of RSA encryption and discuss why it is vulnerable to quantum computing.

Understanding RSA Encryption:

RSA encryption, named after its inventors Ron Rivest, Adi Shamir, and Leonard Adleman, is a widely adopted public-key encryption algorithm. It relies on the difficulty of factoring large numbers into their prime factors. The security of RSA encryption is based on the assumption that factoring large numbers is a computationally intensive task for classical computers.

Quantum Computing Threat:

Quantum computers, utilizing the principles of quantum mechanics, have the potential to revolutionize computing power. One of their most significant threats to classical encryption algorithms lies in their ability to perform Shor’s algorithm efficiently. Shor’s algorithm can factor large numbers exponentially faster than classical algorithms, posing a significant risk to RSA encryption.

Breaking RSA with Quantum Computers:

In RSA encryption, the public key consists of a product of two large prime numbers, while the private key relies on the knowledge of the prime factors. Shor’s algorithm can factorize these large numbers efficiently, thus compromising the security of RSA encryption. As quantum computers advance in power, they will be capable of breaking RSA encryption with ease.

Post-Quantum Cryptography:

To combat the vulnerability of RSA encryption to quantum computers, researchers are actively developing post-quantum cryptographic algorithms. These algorithms aim to withstand attacks from both classical and quantum computers. Promising alternatives include lattice-based, code-based, and multivariate cryptography, among others. The transition from RSA to post-quantum algorithms will require a careful and coordinated effort from organizations and service providers.

Conclusion:

While RSA encryption has served as a robust cryptographic tool for several decades, the emergence of quantum computers poses a significant threat to its security. As the power of quantum computers continues to advance, the need for post-quantum cryptographic algorithms becomes increasingly urgent. Organizations and individuals must remain vigilant and proactive in adopting and implementing these new encryption methods to ensure the long-term security of their sensitive data in a quantum-powered future.

You need to act now!

We at IronCAP™ have been trying to educate businesses and individuals that Q-day (the day the first quantum hack is publicly recognized) is around the corner and everybody needs to gear up. Nation states and governments are already at it, how about you? To learn more, visit www.ironcap.ca.

IronCAP™ is our latest innovation for the post-quantum cybersecurity. This patent-protected, post-quantum cryptographic system is based on the Goppa Code-based cryptographic technology. It has embedded our proprietary subclass of (L, G) making it not only more secured but also has faster cryptographic operations (key generation, encryption, decryption) than the traditional Goppa Code-based technology (McEliece). We are offering a live demonstration for the general public to try and experience the strength of IronCAP™ post-quantum encryption easily. To learn more, visit www.ironcap.ca.

#PostQuantum #IronCAP Toolkits now available – with NIST-approved PQC algorithms

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Our IronCAP™ Toolkits can be used by vendors, for example, to build highly secure systems for blockchain security, IoT devices, data storage, remote access, encryption, digital signing, etc. Our NIST-approved post-quantum cryptography (PQC) technologies can protect our customers against ever-evolving illegitimate and malicious means of gaining access to their data, not only from computers today but also from quantum computers in the future. To ensure seamless integration, our IronCAP™ Toolkits is compliant with the OpenSSL, PKCS#11 and OpenPGP (RFC4880) industry standards.

Post-Quantum IronCAP™ Toolkits

Our IronCAP™ Toolkits allows vendors of a wide variety of vertical applications to easily transform their products to ensure safety against cyber attacks from not only the classical world of computers today but also against future attacks from quantum computers.

You need to act now!

We at IronCAP™ have been trying to educate businesses and individuals that Q-day (the day the first quantum hack is publicly recognized) is around the corner and everybody needs to gear up. Nation states and governments are already at it, how about you? To learn more, visit www.ironcap.ca.

IronCAP™ is our latest innovation for the post-quantum cybersecurity. This patent-protected, post-quantum cryptographic system is based on the Goppa Code-based cryptographic technology. It has embedded our proprietary subclass of (L, G) making it not only more secured but also has faster cryptographic operations (key generation, encryption, decryption) than the traditional Goppa Code-based technology (McEliece). We are offering a live demonstration for the general public to try and experience the strength of IronCAP™ post-quantum encryption easily. To learn more, visit www.ironcap.ca.