QNu Labs

New Qosmos - Quantum Key Generation as a Service is now available in AWS Marketplace

Proactively securing data for the
Post Quantum Era

Now is the time to strengthen your critical infrastructure with quantum security!

85%

attacks are now utilizing encryption for their channels.

Source: Help Net Security

53%

of companies left 1,000+ sensitive files unencrypted.

Source: Global Data Risk Report

56%

of Ponemon Institute study respondents find encryption key management painful.

Source: Ponemon Institute

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To qubit or not to qubit - is that the question?

In this report, we focus mainly on why, what, how of quantum cryptography and the applications in today’s digital world.

New

Qosmos - Quantum Key Generation as a Service is now available in AWS Marketplace

Proactively securing data for the
Post Quantum Era

Now is the time to strengthen your critical infrastructure with quantum security!

85%

attacks are now utilizing encryption for their channels.

Source: Help Net Security

53%

of companies left 1,000+ sensitive files unencrypted.

Source: Global Data Risk Report

56%

of Ponemon Institute study respondents find encryption key management painful.

Source: Ponemon Institute

To qubit or not to qubit - is that the question?

In this report, we focus mainly on why, what, how of quantum cryptography and the applications in today’s digital world.

THREAT

Quantum Computing Threat to Infrastructure and Information Security

Quantum computers pose a threat to classical encryption methods and infrastructure security, entropy starvation allows for stealthy eavesdropping, and publicly exposed channels increase risk for critical information exchanges. Proper measures must be taken to protect against these security risks.

Quantum Computing Threatens Classical Infrastructure Security

Quantum computers present a threat to traditional infrastructure security due to their ability to break classical encryption methods.

Entropy Starvation Allows for Stealthy Eavesdropping

When entropy is limited, it becomes easier for attackers to secretly intercept and gather information without detection.

Publicly Exposed Channels Pose Risk for Critical Information Exchange

Exchanging sensitive information over publicly accessible channels increases the risk of interception.

THREAT

Quantum Computing Threat to Infrastructure and Information Security

Quantum computers pose a threat to classical encryption methods and infrastructure security, entropy starvation allows for stealthy eavesdropping, and publicly exposed channels increase risk for critical information exchanges. Proper measures must be taken to protect against these security risks.

Quantum Computing Threatens Classical Infrastructure Security

Quantum computers present a threat to traditional infrastructure security due to their ability to break classical encryption methods.

Entropy Starvation Allows for Stealthy Eavesdropping

When entropy is limited, it becomes easier for attackers to secretly intercept and gather information without detection.

Publicly Exposed Channels Pose Risk for Critical Information Exchange

Exchanging sensitive information over publicly accessible channels increases the risk of interception.

WHY NOW

The Need for Quantum-Resistant Technologies in the Face of Quantum Threats

Classical encryption methods are vulnerable to attacks by quantum computers, making the development of quantum-resistant technologies necessary. To protect against these threats, secure communication methods that can withstand quantum attacks are required.

"To protect against the potential threat of quantum computing in the future, it is necessary to begin updating our IT infrastructure in the United States now."

NSM-10 | WHITE HOUSE | May 01, 2022

"Chinese Researchers Claim Success in Breaking RSA Encryption With Quantum Computer, Experts Debate Veracity of Discovery"

BITCOIN | Jan 07, 2023

"Organizations need to strengthen their cybersecurity now before quantum computing becomes powerful enough to break today’s encryptions."

MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW | Mar 28, 2022

WHAT WE OFFER

Quantum Cryptography: A Solution for Protecting Data in Post Quantum Era

Quantum mechanics provides various methods for protecting data from current and future attacks, including generation of ontic randomness, symmetric key distribution, key management, quantum authentication, and direct secure communication.

Quantum Key Generation

Quantum key generation detects tampering and alerts sender and receiver.

Quantum Key Management

Quantum key management offers potential for secure communication.

Quantum Key Distribution

QKD can be used in conjunction with classical encryption methods, providing an additional layer of security.

WHY NOW

The Need for Quantum-Resistant Technologies in the Face of Quantum Threats

Classical encryption methods are vulnerable to attacks by quantum computers, making the development of quantum-resistant technologies necessary. To protect against these threats, secure communication methods that can withstand quantum attacks are required.

"To protect against the potential threat of quantum computing in the future, it is necessary to begin updating our IT infrastructure in the United States now."

NSM-10 | WHITE HOUSE | May 01, 2022

"Chinese Researchers Claim Success in Breaking RSA Encryption With Quantum Computer, Experts Debate Veracity of Discovery"

BITCOIN | Jan 07, 2023

"Organizations need to strengthen their cybersecurity now before quantum computing becomes powerful enough to break today’s encryptions."

MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW | Mar 28, 2022

WHAT WE OFFER

Quantum Cryptography: A Solution for Protecting Data in Post Quantum Era

Quantum mechanics provides various methods for protecting data from current and future attacks, including generation of ontic randomness, symmetric key distribution, key management, quantum authentication, and direct secure communication.

Quantum Key Generation

Quantum key generation detects tampering and alerts sender and receiver.

Quantum Key Management

Quantum key management offers potential for secure communication.

Quantum Key Distribution

QKD can be used in conjunction with classical encryption methods, providing an additional layer of security.

Those responsible for identity and access management, blockchain, operational technology, and Internet of Things security must also evaluate the expected time frames of their devices and systems. Any system with an expected use beyond five years will be affected. Commercially available quantum cryptography will require security and risk management leaders to include a plan for postquantum cryptography migration in their operations. QNu Labs offers capabilities that will help organizations move in the direction of technology adoption and provide data security as their competitive advantage.

WHY QNU LABS

The Revolutionary Potential of Quantum Technology

Quantum technology has the potential to revolutionize various industries and fields, including cybersecurity, by offering unprecedented levels of security due to the fundamental properties of quantum systems.

Truly Random

The lack of patterns in encryption keys is achieved by utilizing quantum physics at the core, ensuring security at the source, during transit, and destination.

Hack-Proof

Eavesdropper effect can change the encoded information in single photons used for key generation as they are transmitted through an optical line due to the collapse of the photons' wavefunction.

Distributed Keys

Quantum key distribution (QKD) encrypts the keys in some degree of freedom of the elementary particles that follow the laws of quantum mechanics.

WHY QNU LABS

The Revolutionary Potential of Quantum Technology

Quantum technology has the potential to revolutionize various industries and fields, including cybersecurity, by offering unprecedented levels of security due to the fundamental properties of quantum systems.

Truly Random

The lack of patterns in encryption keys is achieved by utilizing quantum physics at the core, ensuring security at the source, during transit, and destination.

Hack-Proof

Eavesdropper effect can change the encoded information in single photons used for key generation as they are transmitted through an optical line due to the collapse of the photons' wavefunction.

Distributed Keys

Quantum key distribution (QKD) encrypts the keys in some degree of freedom of the elementary particles that follow the laws of quantum mechanics.

OUR PRODUCTS AND SOLUTIONS

QNu's range of quantum-based products covers security from end to end across the entire data-based paraphernalia. From quantum-based encryptions to entropy enhancement services, QNu covers all security bases.

PRODUCTS

armos-quantum-key-distribution

Armos (QKD)

Armos QKD protects critical infrastructure unconditionally, providing quantum resilience to ensure data in transit is safe at all times.

Tropos (QRNG)​

Tropos does not rely on mathematical algorithms; it generates random numbers from a quantum source, making it suitable for all applications.

Hodos (PQC)

Hodos is the next generation of protocol which will help replace todays RSA based systems with a improved quantum resistant transport layer.

SOLUTIONS

QOSMOS (Entropy as a Service)

Qosmos (EaaS) provides the highest quality randomness and a secure method of providing the seeds for entropy starved systems or applications.

QVerse (Quantum Secured Messenger)

QVerse equipped with quantum-derived primitives that provide end-to-end security for all your digital correspondence.

Quantum-Safe VPN

Safeguard your data exchanges in transit with QNu's Q-VPN, a future-oriented encryption system of link security enhanced with quantum-resistant, unpredictable keys.

mCARP - Your Own Quantum Lab

mCARP offers a software-only, add-on critical analysis platform that educates you on quantum concepts and walks you through guided experimentation with the qkd.

OUR PRODUCTS AND SOLUTIONS

QNu's range of quantum-based products covers security from end to end across the entire data-based paraphernalia. From quantum-based encryptions to entropy enhancement services, QNu covers all security bases.

PRODUCTS

armos-quantum-key-distribution

Armos (QKD)

Armos QKD protects critical infrastructure unconditionally, providing quantum resilience to ensure data in transit is safe at all times.

Tropos (QRNG)​

Tropos does not rely on mathematical algorithms; it generates random numbers from a quantum source, making it suitable for all applications.

Hodos (PQC)

Hodos is the next generation of protocol which will help replace todays RSA based systems with a improved quantum resistant transport layer.

SOLUTIONS

QOSMOS (Entropy as a Service)

Qosmos (EaaS) provides the highest quality randomness and a secure method of providing the seeds for entropy starved systems or applications.

QVerse (Quantum Secured Messenger)

QVerse equipped with quantum-derived primitives that provide end-to-end security for all your digital correspondence.

Quantum-Safe VPN

Safeguard your data exchanges in transit with QNu's Q-VPN, a future-oriented encryption system of link security enhanced with quantum-resistant, unpredictable keys.

mCARP - Your Own Quantum Lab

mCARP offers a software-only, add-on critical analysis platform that educates you on quantum concepts and walks you through guided experimentation with the qkd.

Are You Ready to Witness the Future of Data Security?

Observe quantum security at work in real-time by booking a demo with QNu Labs.

PARTNERS

Let's challenge the status quo of data security paradigms

QNu has partnered with fellow revolutionists in the quantum field to bring forth a new era of unconditional security, no questions asked.

PARTNERS

Let's challenge the status quo of data security paradigms

QNu has partnered with fellow revolutionists in the quantum field to bring forth a new era of unconditional security, no questions asked.

RESOURCES

Stay updated on the latest resources from QNu Labs

BLOG

Quantum Internet: A Leap Forward

On Oct. 29, 1969, a set of electrical signals emerged from the University of California, Los Angeles...

WHITEPAPER

Data Security in 4G Drones

Drone technology is difficult to begin with. It requires a deep understanding of aerial dynamics, mechanics, manufacturing...

CASE STUDY

Quantum Security for Blockchain

QNu Labs Armos devices enabled Quantum Blockchains to replace its previous simulated quantum channels with real QKD devices...

RESOURCES

Stay updated on the latest resources from QNu Labs

BLOG

Quantum Internet: A Leap Forward

On Oct. 29, 1969, a set of electrical signals emerged from the University of California, Los Angeles...

WHITEPAPER

Data Security in 4G Drones

Drone technology is difficult to begin with. It requires a deep understanding of aerial dynamics, mechanics, manufacturing...

CASE STUDY

Quantum Security for Blockchain

QNu Labs Armos devices enabled Quantum Blockchains to replace its previous simulated quantum channels with real QKD devices...