• Davide Bellizia (Telsy)


    Transition of MCU & MPU-based embedded devices to PQC

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    Internet-of-Things, embedded systems and dependable devices are pervasive in our daily life, as well as pillars of the modern concept of industry.

  • M. C. Molteni, L. Nava, A. Gringiani, G. Greco (Security Pattern)


    Integration of PQC in TLS Protocol for IoT Devices

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    With the advent of quantum computing, traditional cryptographic algorithms face an imminent threat of being compromised, necessitating the development and integration of post-quantum cryptographic solutions.

  • Eros Camacho Ruiz (CSIC)


    PQC Implementation on IoT: Challenges and Solutions

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    The IoT paradigm has grown up rapidly in recent years and it is supported by functional and heterogeneous infrastructures that are not prepared to face the future quantum attacks.

  • Marco Russo (Politecnico di Torino)


    Current Realizability of Shor’s Algorithm

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    Shor’s algorithm (1994) is with no doubt the oldest quantum algorithm with an unmatched improvement with respect to classical computing.

  • Alessandro Pino (LINKS Foundation)


    New Problems Become Post-Quantum Solutions

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    A Cryptographically Relevant Quantum Computer (CRQC) can threaten most of the traditional public-key cryptography currently in use. If and when a CRQC occurs, this may obviously turn into a major issue for society.

  • Antonio J. Di Scala (Politecnico di Torino)


    Quantum Computers’ Role in Shor’s Algorithm

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    In 1994, Peter Shor published a paper in which he explained how to solve the computation of discrete logarithm and the factorization of large numbers in a computationally feasible way by using a quantum computer.