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Post-Quantum Cryptography

Post-quantum cryptography is a leading-edge encryption technology designed to safeguard your sensitive information from powerful quantum computers. Traditional encryption methods, like RSA or ECC, may become vulnerable to quantum attacks, which is why post-quantum cryptography is gaining importance. Our experts designed a final round candidate in the international Post-Quantum Cryptography NIST standardization.

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Multiparty Computation

Multiparty computation is a technology that enables multiple parties to compute on sensitive data while preserving privacy. It allows organizations to collaborate without sharing their private information. This technology has wide applications in finance, healthcare, and data analytics, enabling secure collaboration and informed decision-making.

Zero Knowledge Proofs

Zero-knowledge proofs are cryptographic tools that allow one party to prove knowledge of certain information without revealing the details. It ensures privacy while verifying sensitive data. With zero-knowledge proofs, authentication and secure data exchanges become possible without disclosing the underlying information.

Homomorphic Encryption

Homomorphic encryption is an advanced encryption technique that allows computations on encrypted data without decryption. It ensures data privacy during operations. With homomorphic encryption, secure data processing is possible in scenarios like cloud computing. It enables businesses to outsource computations while maintaining data confidentiality.

Digital Signatures

Digital signatures are tamper-proof identifiers that verify the authenticity and integrity of digital documents and assets. They use cryptographic techniques to ensure documents and assets haven't been altered since signing. Digital signatures are essential for secure online transactions (off and on-chain), document verification, and electronic (smart) contracts.

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