Keysight Technologies Launches New Testing Features for Post-Quantum Cryptography

Keysight Technologies Launches New Testing Features for Post-Quantum Cryptography
Keysight Technologies Launches New Testing Features for Post-Quantum Cryptography

The American company announces an automated solution to the market, designed to test the robustness of post-quantum cryptography (PQC).

This latest addition to Keysight Inspector is a significant expansion of the platform that helps device and chip vendors identify and remediate hardware vulnerabilities.

Keysight Inspector, part of Riscure, the company’s recently acquired device security research and testing lab, answers that. The Keysight Inspector device security testing platform can now be used to test implementations of the Dilithium algorithm, one of the PQC algorithms selected by NIST. For users of this algorithm in hardware, this allows designers to verify that products are secure against these threats. The testing solution will also be needed by government agencies and security testing labs that want to verify the robustness of third-party products.

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