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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.


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.

Wakeup-on-LAN for Your Windows Can Save Energy and PC life

Having a server at home is a great luxury. However having a computer running 24×7 is an extreme waste of energy. Turning it on and off manually is not very appealing too. Luckily we don’t need to do either any more. Your Windows PC can easily be configured to be shut down when not in use and with I’m InTouch, it can be woke up remotely upon access.

For companies that are environmental conscious, I’m InTouch’s Wakeup-on-LAN function will provide a great means to reduce energy usage.

How does the Remote Wake-Up feature work?

If you attempt to remotely access your computer which has been powered off, I’m InTouch will notify another I’m InTouch computer on your local network to send a wake-up signal to turn on your computer.  In order for remote wake-up to work, at least one computer on your network must be on and designated as the wake-up proxy in I’m InTouch to send the wake-up signal to other computers.

What are the requirements for Remote Wake-Up?

• A minimum of 2 PCs on the same wired network with the I’m InTouch client software installed. At least one PC must be designated as the Wake-Up Proxy and be powered on to wake up other computers on the network.

• The computer you want to wake-up must have a BIOS and a network card that support Wake-Up-On-LAN. This feature must also be enabled in both the BIOS and the network card properties in Windows.

• The administrator must enable the Remote Wake-Up function in the user settings page of the I’m InTouch computer you wish to power on and assign a Wake-Up password.

How do I enable Remote Wake-Up in my I’m InTouch administrator account?

1. Login to your administrator account from www.imintouch.com.

2. From the List of Computers page, check those computers of which Remote Wake-Up properties you wish to change and click the User settings/Activate link.

3. On the User Settings page, ensure that the Remote Wakeup feature has been enabled for each computer. We also recommend enabling the Remote Wake-Up Proxy option so that any computer on the same network can act as the proxy to wake up other computers. Remember, at least one computer has to have the Wake-Up Proxy enabled and be turned on in order for other computers to be remotely powered on.

Using our patented I’m InTouch Remote Wake up technology will ensure continuous compliance with your green IT policies, and take advantage of the cost savings in power management.

Remote PC access software: All set to revolutionize the world

The Internet has drastically changed our lives. We can get our tasks done more quickly and efficiently. You may have heard about remote PC access software and its benefits. However, are you aware how it actually works?

The phrase, remote computer access refers to the ability to use your PC from any place in the world. A number of people opt to work from home, or do part time jobs. In such situations, remote PC access software proves to be a boon. Many companies provide remote PC access software, but 01 Communique is one such company that provides reliable and cost effective solutions to remotely access information from any part of the world. 01 Communique’s technologies have established a huge market for messaging and communications software with their well-known product lines.  I’m InTouch, is a remote access software and I’m OnCall is a help desk software. They also have optional security enhancing devices like I’m InTouch SecurePC and I’m InTouch SecureKEY.


With remote PC access, you can access remote computer from any computer or a wireless device with an Internet connection, stream music and operate webcam, access files, programs, and more. It facilitates two-way communication between remote PC and local device. You are able to run your application, synchronize files, listen to audio remotely, or remotely printing documents from your distant computer to a local printing. It is possible to secure services, support password protection, encrypt data transfers, etc. from remote access. It also includes automatic time out if you forget to logout from the session. This prevents others from accessing the remote PC later.

When you have remote PC access software, you know what is going on in your office and at home. Hence, it is a necessary option in today’s fast paced and technology driven world. You are only living in the stone-age without the I’m InTouch series of products.