Any data sent over a link could be intercepted and read at any point unless is encrypted. Encryption scrambles information into illegible states, useless to anyone without the key to decrypt it, keeping everybody’s information safe.
Cryptography applies mathematics algorithmics to build those keys and protect the information that is being transmitted through a link from any attack.
This is because the keys are generated based on complex algorithms that would take too long for traditional computers to break, but it will be easily hackable by quantum computers.
This will happen once certain quantum computing capacity is reached, a milestone expected to happen over the next decade - not enough time to protect sensitive information that could have been stored today in a “harvest now and decrypt later” attack.
LuxQuanta Quantum Key Distribution (QKD) systems are designed to preserve the confidentiality of communications in application segments with the most stringent security requirements
To deliver an unprecedented way of securing communications and data, integrating innovative and secure Quantum Key Distribution (QKD) systems into current telecommunication infrastructures.