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Post Quantum Crypto WORKSHOP


Staff member
Pr. Sylvain Guilley, General Manager and CTO of Secure-IC, will conduct a workshop about “Transitioning to post Quantum Crypto” in Secure-IC’s offices in Singapour, on July 7th, 2022.

With the rapid development of quantum computers, there is a surge to prepare the replacement of Classical Asymmetric Cryptography with so-called Post-Quantum Cryptography (PQC).

Several algorithms have been devised as drop-in replacements, and even some industries have proactively adopted PQC for products’ “internal security” (e.g., secure firmware update, with LMS & XMSS, IETF RFC 8554 & 8391).

Secure-IC has been developing both hardware and software solutions for PQC, including security verification and pre-certifiabilitity. In this talk, he will explain what the challenges to transition to PQC for secure applications are, and how Secure-IC can accompany such transitions (incl. leveraging hybrid classical/PQC schemes) to also comply with PPA (power-performance-area) constraints.

Sylvain Guilley

Sylvain Guilley is also professor at Télécom-Paris and research associate at Ecole Normale Supérieure (ENS). His research interests are trusted computing, cyber-physical security, secure prototyping in FPGA and ASIC, and formal / mathematical methods.

Since 2012, he organizes the PROOFS workshop (, which brings together researchers whose objective is to increase the trust in the security of embedded systems.

Sylvain is also lead editor of international standards, such as ISO/IEC 20897 (Physically Unclonable Functions), ISO/IEC 20085 (Calibration of non-invasive testing tools), and ISO/IEC 24485 (White Box Cryptography). He has been leading the topic “High Level Principles for Design & Architecture” in the editing team of TR68 (Autonomous Vehicles-Singapore, Standards Development Organisation), and is member of the French BNA (Bureau de Normalisation de l’Automobile).

Link to Press Release