Titanium: Post-Quantum Public-key Encryption and KEM Algorithms


 

Introduction

Welcome to the homepage for Titanium, a proposal package submitted in November 2017 to the Post-Quantum Cryptography (PQC) standardization process of the US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), a process established by NIST in order to solicit, evaluate and standardize public-key cryptosystems resistant to attack by quantum computer technology.


The Titanium package consists of two public-key cryptosystems:

The Titanium package was designed by a team based at the Faculty of Information Technology, Monash University Melbourne, Australia. The Titanium team members are:

This web page is maintained by the Titanium design team, and is intended to serve as an archive for up to date information on Titanium, including design documentation, design and/or documentation updates/corrections, updated cryptanalysis results, and implementation code and performance benchmark results. We encourage new cryptanalysis, new implementations and feedback on the Titanium design.

Titanium NIST Submission Package (30 Nov 2017)

 Last modified 21 December 2017 by Ron Steinfeld