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August 26, 2019 //By Rich Pell
IBM unveils quantum computing-safe tape drive
IBM Research has developed a quantum computing-safe tape drive designed to address the future risk of when data protected by today's asymmetric encryption methods may become insecure.
quantum computing-safe tape drive prototype is based on a state-of-the-art IBM TS1160 tape drive and uses both Kyber and Dilithium in combination with symmetric AES-256 encryption. The new algorithms are implemented as part of the tape drive's firmware and could be provided as a firmware upgrade for existing tape drives and/or included in the firmware of future generations of tape drives.

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