|Title||Parallel Device-Independent Quantum Key Distribution|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2017|
|Authors||Jain, R, Miller, C, Shi, Y|
A prominent application of quantum cryptography is the distribution of cryptographic keys with unconditional security. Recently, such security was extended by Vazirani and Vidick (Physical Review Letters, 113, 140501, 2014) to the device-independent (DI) scenario, where the users do not need to trust the integrity of the underlying quantum devices. The protocols analyzed by them and by subsequent authors all require a sequential execution of N multiplayer games, where N is the security parameter. In this work, we prove unconditional security of a protocol where all games are executed in parallel. Our result further reduces the requirements for QKD (allowing for arbitrary information leakage within each players' lab) and opens the door to more efficient implementation. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first parallel security proof for a fully device-independent QKD protocol. Our protocol tolerates a constant level of device imprecision and achieves a linear key rate.