Threats & Solutions for Application Security in the Post-Quantum World
Webinar: Threats & Solutions for Application Security in the Post-Quantum World
On Wednesday, January 11, 2023 we hosted an in-depth webinar about the quantum computing threat to application security. We covered existing and emerging quantum cybersecurity threats and the application of post-quantum cybersecurity solutions to thwart cyber-attacks on web applications.
The fastest-growing cybersecurity skill in 2022 is Application Development Security. Appropriately protecting applications and data can mean the difference between having a successful or failed business. In addition, PQC is easy to use and implement. This makes it an ideal solution for enterprises that want to secure their applications without much effort.
Overall, PQC is an ideal solution for enterprises that want to secure their applications. It is backward compatible and universally compatible, meaning that it will work with any app you are using. It is also highly effective at securing your applications against attacks. In addition, PQC is easy to use and implement, making it an ideal solution for enterprises that want to secure their applications.
Web applications are especially vulnerable as they must confirm that data is from the approved source and not created by attackers. If the cryptography used in web applications can be broken by an attacker using a quantum computer, the application will be exposed to many vulnerabilities. With PQC, enterprises are protected against attacks from quantum and classical computing.
Quantum computing is a fast-evolving and complex field. Cryptanalytically Relevant Quantum Computer (CRQCs) will disrupt critical systems and leverage sensitive data. Quantum computers are incredibly efficient at factoring large prime numbers. Their computational abilities will break existing public key infrastructure (PKI), which secures over 90% of all sensitive data and electronic communications. Already, hackers are harvesting encrypted data, which will be decrypted retroactively once CRQCs are available. Sensitive data requires secure protection, and every day that data is left unprotected creates additional risk and liability. Therefore, enterprises must act now to protect their data, communications, and devices from the inevitable quantum threat.