Post-Quantum Cybersecurity Technology Added to Arrow’s IT Distribution

Arrow Electronics booth

A software distribution contract has been reached between value-added distributor Arrow Electronics and QuSecure, a supplier of post-quantum cybersecurity (PQC). More than 220,000 commercial and government channel partners of Arrow Electronics can now secure networks, communication, and data from traditional and quantum cyberattacks with the aid of QuSecure’s QuProtect software.

The QuProtect product from QuSecure is an end-to-end PQC software-based solution that is specially designed to protect encrypted communications and data with quantum resilience using quantum secure channels. With the help of QuSecure, Arrow says it has become the first significant technology business to widely distribute PQC.

Skip Sanzeri, Co-Founder and COO of QuSecure
“Arrow is a recognized global leader and offers a massive customer base and reseller network in both the government and commercial markets,” said Skip Sanzeri, Co-Founder and COO of QuSecure.

To support its worldwide channel ecosystem, Arrow brings together the top technology and services from across the world. By linking these technologies with thousands of channel partners and millions of end users through a comprehensive cloud catalog and consumption management capabilities, Arrow’s cloud management platform, ArrowSphere, would reduce complexity in the IT purchasing process.

Over 220,000 top technology manufacturers and service providers receive innovation guidance from Arrow, one of the largest technology distribution platforms in the world. Arrow will marshal its sales force to bring QuProtect software to its entire client base.

“We are thrilled that Arrow chose QuSecure as their go-to-market team for post-quantum cybersecurity (PQC),” said Skip Sanzeri, Co-Founder and COO of QuSecure. “Arrow is a recognized global leader and offers a massive customer base and reseller network in both the government and commercial markets. Government agencies and enterprises realize we are at a critical moment in history where we need to start upgrading the cybersecurity we all use daily. The quantum computing threat is approaching rapidly and it will take years to upgrade the cryptography that we all use, so our Arrow relationship will enable us to reach tens of thousands of federal and commercial customers as we move toward becoming a more secure and resilient nation.”


Organizations may utilize quantum resilient technology to defend against cyberattacks while future-proofing networks and becoming ready for post-quantum cyberthreats thanks to QuProtect software. It would offer quantum-resistant cryptography whenever, whenever, and on whatever device.

The end-to-end quantum-security-as-a-service (QSaaS) architecture used by QuProtect software addresses the most vulnerable parts of the digital ecosystem by combining zero-trust, post-quantum cryptanalysis of the next generation, quantum-strength keys, high availability, simple deployment, and active defense into a complete and interoperable cybersecurity suite. The end-to-end strategy is intended to safeguard all phases of the information lifecycle, including the sharing, use, and archiving of data.

The QuProtect system, one of the most cutting-edge PQC solutions on the market, would offer quantum resilience for many of the most important use cases of the present day, including network, IoT, edge devices, and even satellite communications.

To help solve today’s complicated compliance difficulties, such as bring-your-own-device (BYOD) and work-from-home rules, QuProtect software may be hosted on-premises or in the cloud. Protecting against present and future classical and quantum assaults that might irrevocably damage industries and infrastructures throughout the government and commercial sectors, an organization can install PQC across all devices on the network with little disturbance to existing systems, according to QuSecure.