IBM 5 in 5: Lattice Cryptography will outwit hackers

The scale and sophistication of cyber-attacks escalates every year. But within the next five years, a new security method called lattice cryptography will help create an intractable barrier for black hats. The key is hiding data inside complex math problems called lattices, designed to protect data from the threat of crypto-breaking quantum computers. Current encryption protocols are being outpaced by advances in computing technology, but with lattice cryptography, we’re working to get ahead of the problem. Hackers gonna hack—but we’re coming prepared.

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June 13, 2018 at 07:32PM