Qrypt Triple-T: Quantum Security for Cloud AI Workloads

Spring 2024

The emergence of generative AI made it possible to monetize proprietary data that was previously undervalued and difficult to process. However, it requires massive GPU clusters in cloud data centers, moving highly sensitive repositories out of the physical enterprise. At the Nvidia GTC 2024 conference, Qrypt announced the integration of a quantum-secure channel using DPUs, or data processing units, the next evolutionary step after GPUs developed from CPUs for hyperscale AI workloads and accelerated next-generation AI processing. With Qrypt’s integration into Palo Alto’s API for quantum entropy, end-to-end encryption security can now be achieved over networks under adversarial surveillance.

DPUs have integrated software-defined hardware accelerators for networking, storage, and security to enable sensitive data owners to capitalize on their assets with new supercomputing resources like Nvidia Blackwell. Qrypt will demonstrate a quantum-secure channel between DPUs in North-South and East-West applications. With the democratization of LLMs and universal access to transformative computing infrastructure, anyone can monetize leaked or stolen corporate data, making data-in-transit an existential corporate risk. Balancing the necessity for rapid innovation against the dangers of data leaving the enterprise will be much easier with the combined resources of Nvidia DPUs and the Qrypt platform.


Qrypt CTO and co-founder, Denis Mandich, focuses on quantum security, R&D, post quantum encryption (PQC) algorithms and standards bodies. He holds several patents in cryptography, cyber technologies and information processing. Denis a founding member of the Quantum Economic Development Consortium (QED-C), a founding member of the NSF-funded Mid-Atlantic Quantum Alliance (MQA), founding member of the Center for Quantum Technologies (CQT), advisor to the Quantum Startup Foundry and Board member of quantum chip manufacturer Quside.

Prior to joining Qrypt, Denis served 20 years in the US Intel Community working on national security projects, cyber infrastructure, and advanced technology development. He has degrees in Physics from Rutgers University and speaks native level Croatian and Russian.

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