Aline Gouget, Thales' Director and Senior Advanced Cryptography expert, shares her insights on post-quantum security
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Customers are able to protect sensitive data against future quantum attacks . Solution meets pending global standard for quantum resistant encryption algorithms. Organisations around the world can now deliver quantum security strategy with quantum resistant encryption &
The European satellite navigation system Galileo has 500 million users around the world. As well as its open-access service, Galileo offers Galileo PRS (Public Regulated Service), which is reserved for [...]
Thales takes an active role in OPENQKD, the European research project that will set up quantum communication infrastructures in several European countries
As soon as sufficiently powerful Quantum Computers exist, the consequence is that the majority of standard cryptographic schemes today will no longer be secure and object to attack, hence to eavesdropping and to digital identity theft.
Key management is an essential building block in cybersecurity. It allows secure communication between two or more devices. Certificates and keys enable the authentication of communication partners and the encrypted exchange of information between the communicating comp
With a career that has encompassed academic research, commercial applications of cryptography and running a start-up, Aline Gouget, Thales, is a shining example of what women can achieve in technology. And she has an award to prove it. She tells us about her career.
The demand for the encryption and decryption of sensitive information is currently gaining ever more relevance. However, the tasks and solutions are much more complex today.