Building Trusted Identity Networks
SecureKey is a leading identity and authentication provider that simplifies consumer access to online services and applications. SecureKey’s next generation privacy-enhancing services enable consumers to conveniently and privately assert identity information using trusted providers, such as banks, telcos and governments, helping them connect to critical online services with a digital credential they already have and trust, while ensuring that information is only ever shared with explicit user consent. SecureKey is a champion of the ecosystem approach to identity, revolutionizing the way consumers and organizations approach identity and attribute sharing in the digital age.
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Did You Know?
View your tax information and returns, apply for the Child Tax Benefit, review your TFSA transaction details, check your RRSP account and see your CPP statement … all using the same bank log-in you know and trust. Best of all, it’s free!
Our Pre-Integration Partners
SecureKey’s briidge.net™ Exchange platform simplifies and secures access to online services. Integrating with SecureKey’s platform is easy.
Pre-Integration Partners can enable relying parties to rapidly enable applications and services, and help them to avoid complex, and often costly integration efforts. Remove integration friction for your customers’ online applications!
ITIL / ITSM specialist – Incident Manager SecureKey is a leading identity and authentication provider that simplifies consumer access to online services and applications. SecureKey enables next generation privacy-enhancing identity and authentication networks for conveniently connecting people to critical online
This week I had the opportunity to speak at the 2017 IdentityNORTH conference in Toronto. It was a great opportunity to bring together leaders from various organizations, including CIBC and the Government of New Brunswick, and discuss how new technologies
We’re all guilty of it. I must admit, it’s tempting to use the same login credentials across all of the online services that I use, for the sole purpose that it’s what is most convenient and easy as a consumer.