The aim of the Quant-ID project is to research end-to-end solutions for reliable digital identities using post-quantum cryptography (PQC) and a proprietary Quantum Random Number Generator (QRNG) developed in Germany. The combination of both innovative technologies offers protection against attacks with quantum computers on the confidentiality and integrity of sensitive data. The implementation of end-to-end solutions is based on globally used “Identity Access Management” (IAM) protocols, which restrict and secure access to sensitive data and systems in digital networks. The impact of the integrated new procedures on the availability of the data will be evaluated with statistical procedures in the course of the project. With the experience and results of the project the use of quantum attack-resistant encryption and security protocols in critical IAM infrastructures will be tested and the upcoming migrations will be facilitated.
• Quant‑X Security & Coding GmbH
• Fraunhofer-Institut für Photonische Mikrosysteme (IPMS)
• Universität Regensburg
• MTG AG
• DB Systel
• Roland Hedberg (OpenID Researcher)
• Giuseppe De Marco (OpenID Researcher)