Recent Progress in Hardware Implementations of Post-Quantum Isogeny-Based Cryptography (Q13a)
Isogeny-based cryptography is one of the emerging candidates of quantum-safe algorithms in the quantum era. This scheme is attractive in a sense that it requires smallest key size in comparison to the other quantum-safe candidates and has received considerable amount of attention in the past years. In this presentation, the speaker will talk about efficient hardware architectures for the implementations of isogeny-based cryptography. The presenter will discuss the performance results on Field Programmable Gates Arrays (FPGA), side-channel attacks, and countermeasures.