Cyber Security Technologies—Authentication and Encryption
Call for Commercialization Partners
Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) has developed two unique cyber security technologies based on Quantum Key Distribution (QKD) that can provide both Communications (COMSEC) and Transmission (TRANSEC) Security. While fully capable of operating independently, these technologies, entitled “Quantum Enabled Security (QES)” and “Quantum Smart Card (QKarD)” can also operate as one complete system providing both encryption and authentication. QES provides the TRANSEC while QKarD provides the COMSEC.
Quantum Enabled Security (QES)—a revolutionary new cyber security capability using quantum (single photon) commuications integrated with optical communications to provide a strong, innate security foundation at the photonic layer for optical fiber networks.
Quantum Smart Card (QKarD)—a revolutionary technology that implements the quantum mechanical laws of physics rather than complex mathematical problems to encrypt information.
Open Call for Commercialization Plans, for information contact Marcus Lucero in the Technology Transfer Division.
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