European Commission publishes post-quantum cryptography guide

16/04/2024 | European Commission

The European Commission has published a recommendation to encourage member states to develop and implement a coordinated approach as the EU transitions to post-quantum cryptography. The recommendation emphasises the need for a harmonised strategy as member states migrate to more secure ways of protecting their digital infrastructures, which will enhance interoperability between countries and enable seamless functioning of systems and services across borders. The recommendation complements the ongoing work of many countries and international bodies to develop and select post-quantum cryptography algorithms for standards.

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