Fourth PQC Standardization Conference (virtual) – Day 3 Part 1

<p>NIST hosted the Fourth PQC Standardization Conference (virtual) on November 29-December 1, 2022 to discuss various aspects of the candidate algorithms and obtain valuable feedback for informing decisions on standardization.&nbsp;&nbsp;Submission teams for both the selected algorithms, as well as the algorithms advancing to the fourth round, were invited to give an update on their algorithms.</p><p>Session V – Migration</p><p>Session Chair: Daniel Smith-Tone</p><p>10:00 – 10:15 The National Cybersecurity Center of Excellences (NCCoE) Migration to Post-Quantum Cryptography Project&nbsp;-- Bill Newhouse, NIST/NCCoE &nbsp;</p><p>10:15 – 10:50 PANEL - Approaches to PQC Migration --&nbsp;Moderated by: Curt Barker, MITRE/NIST-NCCoE&nbsp;</p><p>Panelists:&nbsp;</p><p>Anne Dames, IBM&nbsp;</p><p>Bruno Couillard, Crypto4A&nbsp;</p><p>Avesta Hajjati, DigiCert&nbsp;</p><p><br></p><p>10:50 – 11:10 Algebraic Relation of Three MinRank Algebraic Modelings --&nbsp;Hao Guo, Tsinghua University&nbsp;</p><p>11:10 – 11:30 Merkle Tree Ladder Mode: Reducing the Size Impact of NIST PQC Signature Algorithms in Practice&nbsp;-- Burt Kaliski, Verisign&nbsp;</p><p>11:30 – 11:50 An Efficient and Generic Construction for Signal’s Handshake (X3DH): Post-Quantum, State Leakage Secure, and Deniable&nbsp;-- Thomas Prest, PQShield SAS</p>