Take a Diversified Approach to Encryption


Quantum computers may be able to break encryption in the future. Spintronics, or stochastic magnetic tunnel junction machines, may be able to help. However, we do not require next-generation computational power to decrypt data. It’s now taking place successfully.

Many variables contribute to encryption flaws, resulting in vulnerabilities that can be exploited by hackers or state-sponsored actors. Poorly implemented cryptography is at the top of the list, both in terms of the crypto libraries themselves and how they are utilised. Bugs like Heartbleed, as well as the latest implementation error of the Elliptic Curve Digital Signature (ECDS) algorithm in Java 15 and higher, jeopardise all systems that rely on them. Read More…