Japanese First commercial certificate authority to incorporate Quantinuum’s Quantum Origin solution to better secure IoT devices against current and future threats
Cambridge, UK When Bloomfield, Colorado., January 31, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Quantinuum, the world’s leading integrated quantum computing company, today announced that Cybertrust Japan Co., Ltd. Japanese Leading certificate authority integrates Quantum Origin’s quantum computing-enhanced private keys into new certificate issuance and distribution platform for IoT devices to ensure secure communications now and in the future.
Cybertrust Japan’s new authentication infrastructure enables high-speed, high-volume certificate issuance and distribution for large numbers of IoT devices, and includes NIST-selected Post-Quantum Cryptography (PQC) algorithms. Certificate Authority incorporates Quantinuum’s Quantum Origin solution to further protect devices from current and advanced threats. This solution is the only cryptographic solution that leverages the power of quantum computers to generate quantum-enhanced keys.
“Integrating Quantum Origin ensures that our customers can build innovative IoT-based solutions on a trusted platform, delivering speed and greater security, including support for post-quantum algorithms. , customers and partners can use our certification services to sell safely over the long term.” Yasutoshi Magara, CEO of Cybertrust Japan. “I would like to work with Quantinuum to promote activities to realize a safe and secure society.”
IoT devices typically use certificates to authenticate connections to other devices or networks to prove that they are trusted devices. With the number of devices trying to connect to the network and the need to provide fast access to data, the challenges of provisioning and managing certificates across these devices are complex. Security measures must be robust while allowing real-time communication.
Cybertrust Japan and Quantinuum have shown that advanced quantum computing-based solutions like Quantum Origin can be seamlessly integrated into authentication infrastructure to power key and certificate generation. Keys with Quantum Origin,” said Duncan Jones, Head of Cybersecurity at Quantinuum. “As the use of IoT devices grows, businesses must ensure their devices have state-of-the-art protection against increasingly sophisticated cyber-attacks that threaten their most valuable assets and data. Quantum Origin is the only solution in the world that offers cryptographic keys generated by Quantum Computers, which allows customers to strengthen their existing security measures and reduce the risk of exposure to advanced cryptography-based attacks. It offers unparalleled capabilities.”
Cybertrust Japan’s Secure IoT Platform protects end devices throughout the entire product lifecycle, from semiconductor design to device implementation to final device disposal. The Secure IoT Platform creates manufacturing process security certificates to protect hardware, make the manufacturing process traceable, and provide long-term defect warranty. The product also includes a management platform for devices that not only protects data created and transmitted by devices, but also enables secure OS and software updates.
About Cybertrust Japan
As Japanese Cybertrust Japan, the first commercial certificate authority, applies MIRACLE LINUX kernel technology and open source software (OSS) knowledge to provide authentication and security services for on-premises, cloud and embedded domains as well as Linux/OSS services To do. In addition, by combining these technologies with deep expertise in security, we are proving the correctness of “people, things, and things” in cutting-edge fields such as IoT, and promoting services that support trust in customer service. Cybertrust Japan is working to realize a safe and secure society with IT infrastructure expertise and neutral technology.
Quantinuum is the world’s largest integrated quantum computing company, formed by combining world-leading hardware from Honeywell Quantum Solutions with class-leading middleware and applications from Cambridge Quantum. His science- and enterprise-driven Quantinuum will accelerate the development of quantum computing and applications across chemistry, cybersecurity, finance and optimization. Its focus is to create scalable and commercial quantum solutions to solve the world’s most pressing problems in areas such as energy, logistics, climate change and health. The company employs more than 480 of his people, including 350 of his scientists at his nine locations in the United States. EuropeWhen Japan.