Post-Quantum Cryptography

Keep your confidential data and information safe
against the threats of quantum computers

What is a quantum computer?

Quantum computers are based on the principles of quantum mechanics without being bound by the limits of circuits and electricity, so they can efficiently solve highly complex mathematical problems. Soon, quantum computers will be able to do things that were difficult to achieve with conventional computers.
It is expected to play an active role in various fields such as machine learning, security, fraud detection, transaction optimization, new drug research, and space development.

The threat of Quantum computer

Quantum computers will permanently change the security aspect of the Internet. Encryption technology, which protects communication and information between communication channels like the Internet, is crucial in modern society, such as mobile communication, IoT, financial information, and infrastructure systems. Quantum computers can invalidate currently used cryptographic algorithms.
If malicious attackers gain control of a quantum computer, it can cause complete confusion.
They can create cryptographic certificates to steal bank funds, analyze the private key of cryptographic assets to steal cryptographic assets, access sensitive information, and decrypt it, and more.

Post-Quantum Cryptography

Post-Quantum Cryptography is a cryptographic algorithm that is thought to be safe against a cryptanalytic attack by a quantum computer, also called Quantum-Resistant Cryptography or Quantum-Safe Cryptography.

We will work on the development of “quantum-resistant” cryptographic algorithms that quantum computers cannot solve. We will develop safer blockchains and realize fintech services by utilizing them in our main business, blockchain, and fintech businesses.