Photonics based perfect secrecy cryptography: Toward fully classical implementations
KAUST DepartmentElectrical Engineering Program
Computer, Electrical and Mathematical Sciences and Engineering (CEMSE) Division
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AbstractDeveloping an unbreakable cryptography is a long-standing question and a global challenge in the internet era. Photonics technologies are at the frontline of research, aiming at providing the ultimate system with capability to end the cybercrime industry by changing the way information is treated and protected now and in the long run. Such a perspective discusses some of the current challenges as well as opportunities that classical and quantum systems open in the field of cryptography as both a field of science and engineering.
CitationMazzone, V., Falco, A. D., Cruz, A., & Fratalocchi, A. (2020). Photonics based perfect secrecy cryptography: Toward fully classical implementations. Applied Physics Letters, 116(26), 260502. doi:10.1063/5.0010744
JournalApplied Physics Letters