Cesson-Sévigné (France), November 17th, 2022 – Secure-IC, the rising leader and unique global provider of end-to-end cybersecurity solutions for embedded systems and connected objects, and Unseenlabs, world leader in space-based RF detection for Maritime Domain Awareness, announce today at the European Cyber Week 2022 their partnership to retrofit BRO satellites already in orbit with the capability to secure and authenticate data using Post-Quantum Cryptography. This announcement means that Secure-IC and Unseenlabs, both companies from Rennes (France), become the first companies in the world which offer PQC authentication, end-to-end, from satellite to cloud (in the ground segment).
Security technologies are evolving at a rapid rate, as is computing. The field of cryptography is facing an unprecedented need for renewal. From historical computation paradigms to today’s digital logic, the once futuristic quantum computing is now rapidly approaching. Secure-IC is pioneering on Post-Quantum Cryptography (PQC) secure implementations in Hardware and Software and is involved in many initiatives to provide real use-cases, evaluate of implementation security and overall promote the idea of a really secure Post-Quantum security.
Unseenlabs strengthened earlier this year its satellites constellation with two more satellites (BRO-6 & BRO-7), arriving to a total of seven. The French company plans now a new project: the release of “BRO-PQC” on its satellite constellation (current and upcoming satellites), which is augmented with the ability to notarize information arising from the satellites and secure data using Post-Quantum Cryptography. This service is powered by SecuryzrTM technology, provided by Secure-IC, the world leading company in embedded cyber-security.
“Our solutions are currently embedded into hundreds of millions of electronic chips for smartphones, computers, automobiles, smart meters, cloud servers and more. The announcement of this partnership with Unseenlabs reaffirms Secure-IC’s leading position in the embedded cyber-security landscape and innovation in cutting-edge technologies” said Sylvain Guilley, Secure-IC’s CTO & Co-Founder.