Visible to the public Quantum Electronic Generator of Random Numbers for Information Security in Automatic Control Systems

TitleQuantum Electronic Generator of Random Numbers for Information Security in Automatic Control Systems
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2019
AuthorsAblaev, Farid, Andrianov, Sergey, Soloviev, Aleksey
Conference Name2019 International Russian Automation Conference (RusAutoCon)
Date Publishedsep
Keywordsautomated driving systems, automatic control systems, communication lines, composability, compositionality, computer systems, computer units, computing nodes, control system security, cryptographic keys, cryptography, electron-quantum generator, electrons tunneling, Generators, Information security, neural nets, NIST, NIST statistical tests, Predictive Metrics, pubcrawl, quantum computing, quantum computing security, quantum cryptography, quantum electronic generator, quantum random numbers generator, random number generation, random numbers, random numbers application, Random sequences, random walks, reliability, resilience, Resiliency, Scalability, Scientific Computing Security, semiconductor electronic components, statistical testing, tunneling, tunnelling

The problems of random numbers application to the information security of data, communication lines, computer units and automated driving systems are considered. The possibilities for making up quantum generators of random numbers and existing solutions for acquiring of sufficiently random sequences are analyzed. The authors found out the method for the creation of quantum generators on the basis of semiconductor electronic components. The electron-quantum generator based on electrons tunneling is experimentally demonstrated. It is shown that it is able to create random sequences of high security level and satisfying known NIST statistical tests (P-Value\textbackslashtextgreater0.9). The generator created can be used for formation of both closed and open cryptographic keys in computer systems and other platforms and has great potential for realization of random walks and probabilistic computing on the basis of neural nets and other IT problems.

Citation Keyablaev_quantum_2019