Thanks to its reliability, the quality of its random output and its certifications, Quantis QRNG has rapidly become the reference hardware random number generator for industries that require high security and regulatory compliance.
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Banks and financial institutions need to ensure real-time availability of data for banking transactions and applications, while at the same time protecting sensitive client and proprietary information. In addition, they are subject to increasingly stringent compliance and regulatory requirements.
IDQ encryption solutions allow banks to implement a company-wide encryption platform with easily managed security policies which seamlessly supports all networks.
Data centers are the back-up and recovery point for the critical data of any organization. They are therefore also the most vulnerable point for any wholesale theft of the organisation’s intangible assets.
IDQ encryption products ensure protection of high speed data-in-transit up to 100Gbps to the DRC. Solutions are built to ensure high level security of data into the quantum era, without reducing the availability or redundancy necessary for datacentre back up.
Online gaming and lotteries need to provide outstanding randomness quality to secure customer transactions. In games of chance, it must not be possible for a player to increase their probability to win by discovering a bias towards certain outcomes in the game procedure.
IDQ’s Quantis range has become the reference hardware random number generator for industries which require high security and regulatory compliance.
Telecommunication networks underpin the communication, collaboration and media channels that service millions of organisations and billions of individuals every day.
IDQ’s range of quantum-safe security solutions are designed to secure data in motion across telecoms networks against existing and emerging threats. Our solutions enable carriers to guarantee security while offering an additional revenue stream – security as a service.