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    The technological evolution driven by IoT and 5G networks has posed the priority in implementing stronger cryptographic systems, raising the need for security at the edge. Near-term, quantum technologies provide a radically new toolset to realize stronger encryption systems.

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    Quside unveils its vision for the Randomness Processing Unit (RPU), a device designed to simultaneously accelerate the execution of intensive randomized workloads with reduced energy consumption and execution time savings.

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  • Post quantum cryptography

    Thus, the only efficient solution for a cybersecurity environment is not so much to just rely on post-quantum algorithms, but to have a crypto-agile cybersecurity architecture. This fact allows for a quick and efficient change of the cryptographic primitives used while always being up-to-date with the latest trends and developments in cybersecurity. This is the only way to guarantee, to the maximum extent possible, the effectiveness and efficiency of communications cybersecurity.

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  • Data protection in the cloud

    With the continued transition to the cloud the duty of managing the data security becomes more complex. the responsibility of data protection in the cloud still resides with the data’s owner. Keep reading to learn more about the Data Cloud protection.

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  • Quside secures a seven-digit investment from Trumpf Ventures, the investment branch of Trumpf, a world-leading industrial manufacturer of photonic components, and Bullnet Capital, an experienced deep tech investor in Spain. The new investors will support and accelerate the next stage of growth for Quside.

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    What do we mean by "protect" the data or data security? There is a complete set of processes and practices created to protect the data for all the types of data security and all of them apply to the three core components of data security: Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability.

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    Does anyone know how studying metal alloys can help us improve current computational techniques such as Machine Learning? We have tried try to push our understanding of such systems by diving into their mathematical description and trying to unveil whether they can undergo phase transitions or not. Keep reading!

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    Invisibly, cryptography permeates through all current communication systems. The ability to guarantee that our messages are transmitted in an unaltered form to only those recipients of interest to us is critical for users to have peace of mind when it comes to relying on the communication channels we use.

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    Quside has signed a Technology Alliance Partnership Agreement with Juniper Networks, a leader in secure, AI-driven networks, to explore together the use of QRNGs in support of the transition to new innovative approaches to cryptography.

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    Randomness plays a dominant role in our daily lives. However, many times, we want just the opposite: Areas such as cryptography depend directly on the adversary's inability to predict a message exchanged between two parties. In these cases, unpredictability is an indispensable and scarce resource.

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    Entropy is, undoubtedly, the main concept in quantum information theory. In this short post, we’ve tried to convey a taste of some of its main aspects, focusing on how it is used to quantify the success rate of optimum strategies in information processing tasks.

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    This year’s Nobel Prize in physics has been given to John F. Clauser, Alain Aspect and Anton Zeilinger for "experiments with entangled photons, establishing the violation of Bell inequalities and pioneering quantum information science." Our founders had the opportunity to collaborate in Bell test experiments in 2015.

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