Protecting Cross-Border Data Flows with Quantum-Enhanced Encryption

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New EU restrictions could force companies to change data transfer practices and adopt more advanced data encryption methods

Multinationals and any business that uses, processes, or controls data are subject to unique compliance challenges for protecting data as it moves between systems and across borders.

New EU restrictions like General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Schrems II decision have many companies looking into more advanced encryption methods – like post-quantum crypto (PQC) and Quantum Key Distribution (QKD) – to ensure data transmissions across the Internet or network are protected, secure, and compliant with local laws and regulations now and for years to come.

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