With the development of quantum computers, the cryptography of today will have to adapt. For ID documents, cryptography is used to ensure citizen privacy, to verify the authenticity of a document and to provide secure access to government web services. To remain resistant against quantum computers and to secure future solutions, new cryptographic techniques called Post-Quantum Cryptography (PQC) must be developed. While the advent of quantum computers is uncertain, IDEMIA has already started working on this challenge. Standardization is a key element for the transition to PQC, and IDEMIA has been participating in committees that discuss urgent topics for ID documents. Having already developed a passport based on PQC algorithms to secure the biometric data stored in the chip, IDEMIA will present the status and the future direction of this technology.