QNu’s Hodos is a quantum resilient public key cryptography based software that works on shortest vector problem in a complex lattice that has been shown to be a hard problem even for large scale quantum computers to solve.
Rapid digital transformation is heightening security risks and making systems prone to vulnerabilities. Cryptosystems should be agile and move at the same speed as digital adoption.
PKI is highly adopted because of its ease of usage. When shifting the cryptosystems, integration is a tremendous task; any gaps in implementation may lead to attacks. Hodos uses NIST recommendations, which makes it easy to integrate it with the present system and future upgrades.
It is easy to use and simpler to integrate when compared to PKI. Hodos is platform-independent and can be integrated into present servers, mobile devices, FPGA, PCIe-cards and more. QNu has ported the algorithms to FPGAs for additional speed-up and enhanced performance.
Data is the most valuable asset for any organisation. The shelf life of sensitive data is more than 10 years and more than 25 years for critical data. This shows that today’s encryption still poses a risk in the coming years. Moving to Hodos will help in securing your data and reduce the risk of data theft for today and tomorrow.