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A Future-Proof Authentication and Security Solution for Existing Industrial IoT Systems

June 10, 2019

Quantum computing is closer than you think, and will render current encryption useless. A pair of Intel® FPGA-based IoT gateways combined with Group Theoretic Cryptography can future-proof legacy device security.

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