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Jan 18, 2018

Louis Parks, president and CEO, SecureRF, says in the mid-1970s public key or asymmetric cryptography came to be. This technology allows two devices to meet another element such as a server and authenticate each other. He explains that one of the struggles or issues is that a product or solution is focused on what it does, and then afterwards people think about securing it too. Parks says the difficultly in quantum computers is the nature of math used and will always be susceptible to these attacks.