What is Post Quantum Cryptography?

Post Quantum Cryptography (PQC) is a leap towards securing digital communications against the potential threat posed by quantum computers. Unlike classical cryptography algorithms, which may succumb to quantum attacks, PQC algorithms aim to withstand these challenges. While PQC offers a stronger line of defense compared to current standards, it’s crucial to acknowledge that they aren’t certified as entirely secure, marking the beginning rather than the end of our journey towards quantum-resistant cryptography.

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