# Quantum-safe cryptography

Quantum-safe cryptography includes a suite of algorithms that are resistant to attacks by both classical and quantum computers. Traditional public-key cryptography relies upon mathematical problems that are difficult to solve on classical computers. However, popular cryptographic schemes, such as RSA and ECC, can be easily broken by a sufficiently large quantum computer.

ICSF supports the following quantum-safe algorithms (QSA):

- CRYSTALS-Dilithium Digital Signature Algorithm.
- CRYSTALS-Kyber key encapsulation mechanism.