The Emerging Quantum Threat
Governments and institutions are struggling to safeguard citizens and classified information from attack. Conventional defenses are overwhelmed, and institutions are scrambling to shield sensitive data and anticipate emerging threats like advanced artificial intelligence and quantum computing.
Quantum computers are a technological marvel, and simultaneously the greatest digital threat of the 21st Century. Cybersecurity experts and national leaders are preparing for Q-Day, the day when quantum computers will finally render conventional cyber protections obsolete and strip away the protections that have until now made e-commerce possible.
In anticipation of this reality, nation-states and criminal groups are already using the Harvest Now Decrypt Later (HNDL) strategy to gather encrypted data today, to be decrypted once suitably powerful quantum computers become available. These attacks will expose the billions of records already harvested, and those that continue to be harvested, in anticipation of Q-Day.
The emergence of powerful quantum computers will also allow bad actors to decrypt sensitive information in real-time. This is a major tactical threat to organizations that depend on privacy and secrecy to protect their interests.
QD5 offers a secure encryption defense against these attacks.
Three Core Pillars
Unified Endpoint Management
Remote management, control, and device protection
Lost or stolen devices can be suspended or permanently wiped
Virtual desktop prevents data residue from being stored on local devices
Identity & Access Management
Device authentication and authorization
Enforce endpoint security policies
Grant or deny access
Protect all communications; data-at-rest, in-use, and in-motion
Protect data from Harvest Now Decrypt Later attacks, today
Shield information from the real-time Q-Day attacks of tomorrow