McKinsey and Company have release the following report “When – and how – to prepare for post-quantum cryptography” https://www.mckinsey.com/business-functions/mckinsey-digital/our-insights/when-and-how-to-prepare-for-post-quantum-cryptography
In it they outline some options regarding how you can handle the coming migration to post-quantum cryptography. Here is a brief summary of their options our response:
Option 1: Adopt post-quantum cryptography solutions today
While adopting one of these solutions might seem to be the best path for any company that needs to act today, there are trade-offs and drawbacks to consider…
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Option 2: Retrofit systems with post-quantum cryptography solutions later
Finally, organizations should begin building long-term relationships with relevant suppliers, regulators, and peers within and outside of their industries as soon as possible. These relationships will be critical for staying up to date on emerging standards and solutions for PQC. … collectively developing solutions, for example, could cost less than if an organization devised solutions on its own.
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Option 3: Focus only on enhancing traditional encryption protocols
Decision makers should also begin planning for future updates to long-lasting systems by, for instance, evaluating the modularity of their technological architecture.
The wolfSSL Team also provides various consulting services. We can help you update to the latest standards while becoming more flexible and agile to prepare for the coming post-quantum migration.
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