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Cryptobox provides businesses and organizations with a sharing and collaboration solution to secure internal and external exchanges, using end-to-end encryption.
Cryptobox is the first secure sharing and collaboration solution to provide end-to-end data encryption, whether your device is a smartphone or a computer.
The digital transformation affects all businesses and organizations, from the smallest to the largest. This transformation brought about by technological developments offers many benefits:
To meet the new challenges of mobility and remote work, Ercom has developed Cryptosmart PC, a sovereign VPN solution to secure the connections of your remote Windows computers.
Cryptosmart is the only “Restricted” French & NATO certified solution, jointly developed with Samsung, to secure end-to-end mobile communications on consumer devices.
Cybels Hub DR, the first "Restricted" level accredited cloud solution to help inter-entity collaboration in a secure environment with partners! Collaborate in voice or videoconferencing, exchange data with your partners, all at the "Restricted Distribution" level, on a cloud operated and secured by Thales.
24 février 2023
Thales, as a worldwide cybersecurity leader, has created the first real-world application of Post Quantum Cryptography (PQC) in its flagship secure ‘Cryptosmart by Ercom’ mobile app, leveraging 5G SIM for PQC. In the pilot, hybrid cryptography (pre and post quantum crypto) was used in a phone call between two devices to protect the information exchanged during the call. Thales has invested and tested post-quantum cybersecurity technologies over the last decade in order to prepare for these emerging threats.
Even if today's quantum computer1 prototypes are still far from posing a threat to public key cryptography, it is critical to begin investigating resilient solutions. For example, there is a variant of "store now, decrypt later" attacks that consists in storing today's exchanged data and messages in order to decrypt these messages once Quantum Computers are available. This means the majority of digital infrastructure security based on public key cryptography (PKC) may already be vulnerable to a quantum attack.
Such threats are relevant for scenarios involving highly sensitive information, such as classified information exchanged over an encrypted phone call. To address these threats, Thales created a proof of concept to test the scalability and quality of its solutions, which range from 5G SIM cards to secure communication software.
This first real-world quantum protected mobile solution, which combines Ercom 'Cryptosmart' application and its 5G SIM, employs hybrid cryptography, as recommended by the NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology). ‘CRYSTALS-Kyber’, one of the four algorithms selected by the NIST2, is the PQC algorithm natively implemented in the 5G SIM and used by Cryptosmart application to encrypt the communication.
“Building defences against threats that do not yet exist may appear to be a daunting task. That is exactly the prospect that the global cybersecurity community faces with the impending arrival of quantum computing. The post-quantum era is still years away, but as quantum computing becomes more prevalent, practicing crypto agility now with such pilots and trials are helping Thales and its customers get prepared” said Philippe KERYER, Executive Vice President Strategy & Technology at Thales.
1Computers that can perform certain tasks much faster than today's computers on a large scale.
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