Post-quantum Multi-Key Mechanisms for PKIX-like protocols; Problem Statement and Overview of Solution Space
draft-pq-pkix-problem-statement-01

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Author Mike Ounsworth 
Last updated 2020-03-20 (latest revision 2019-09-17)
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Abstract

With the widespread adoption of post-quantum (PQ) cryptography will come uncertainty about the strength of cryptographic primitives. For example; when will RSA and ECC fall? Are Lattice schemes as strong as we believe? The cryptographic community is calling for hybrid schemes that combine classic and post-quantum crypto in ways that remain strong so long as at least one of the algorithms used remains strong. This document defines the problem statement for digital signatures in PKIX-like protocols, and gives an overview of the general families of solutions.

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Mike Ounsworth (mike.ounsworth@entrustdatacard.com)

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