QuickLogic Corporation, a developer of embedded FPGA (eFPGA) IP, ruggedized FPGAs, and Endpoint AI/ML solutions, will be presenting a joint webinar with Xiphera on Post-Quantum Cryptography on eFPGAs. The webinar aims to address the growing concern of the vulnerability of our current information and network security infrastructure in the face of advancing quantum technology.
The webinar, titled “Secure the Future with Post-Quantum Cryptography on eFPGAs,” will take place on Wednesday, September 20, 2023, at 10:00 AM Pacific Time. It will provide valuable insights into understanding the quantum threat and its implications for cybersecurity. Attendees will learn effective strategies for mitigating the quantum threat through Post-Quantum Cryptography (PQC) and implementing hybrid encryption schemes that combine traditional and post-quantum cryptography using eFPGAs.
One of the key points of discussion will be the harnessing of the customizable features of eFPGAs to optimize power, performance, and area. Attendees will also learn how to leverage eFPGAs to achieve maximum protection with PQC.
The webinar will be conducted via Zoom and interested individuals can register at the provided link. QuickLogic Corporation is a fabless semiconductor company that specializes in developing innovative embedded FPGA (eFPGA) IP, discrete FPGAs, and FPGA SoCs for various applications including industrial, aerospace and defense, edge and endpoint AI, consumer, and computing.
In conclusion, the joint webinar by QuickLogic Corporation and Xiphera aims to educate and empower individuals with knowledge on how to secure their systems and networks in the quantum era. By understanding the quantum threat and implementing effective post-quantum cryptographic strategies, attendees will be better equipped to protect their information and assets in the face of advancing quantum technology.
– FPGA: Field-Programmable Gate Array, a type of integrated circuit that can be configured by the user after manufacturing.
– eFPGA: Embedded Field-Programmable Gate Array, an FPGA that is integrated into a larger system or device.