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.

We live in a digital world, but are being forced to use outdated and broken identity systems, with too many avenues that welcome the possibility of fraud. Utilizing cutting-edge technologies like blockchain, and through collaboration with innovators like IBM and leaders like Canada’s major banks, SecureKey allows consumers to use trusted credential providers, such as financial institutions, telecom network operators and governments, to securely and privately authenticate with, and assert their identities for accessing, the services of participating organizations.

Organizations such as the Digital ID Authentication Council of Canada, the Command Control and Interoperability Center for Advanced Data Analytics (CCICADA), and many of Canada’s leading financial institutions (BMO, CIBC, Desjardins, RBC, Scotiabank and TD) have been engaged as both investors and partners in the development of this digital identity ecosystem. This unique collaboration will ensure the effective delivery of the new innovation, and improved privacy, security and digital fraud protection for both consumers and service providers across Canada.

Mission

To build highly scalable trusted identity networks that enable organizations to quickly and easily deliver high-value online secure services to millions of consumers.

SecureKey FAQs

Who is SecureKey?

SecureKey is a global leader in identity and authentication ecosystems. We make it easy to incorporate strong authentication into a wide range of online, mobile and in-person identity and authentication applications for financial services, government, healthcare, converged commerce, and extended enterprises.

When was SecureKey founded?

SecureKey was founded in April, 2008.

Are you a public company?

SecureKey is a privately-held company with backing from leading technology, payments and mobile network operators.

Where are your offices located?

SecureKey is headquartered in Toronto, with offices in Boston, M.A. and San Francisco, C.A.

Who are some of your major investors?

SecureKey investors include Intel Capital, Visa Inc., MasterCard Worldwide, Discover Financial Services, Rogers Ventures Partners LLC, and TELUS Corporation.

What makes your solutions unique?

SecureKey is dedicated to the principle that proving your identity, or perhaps more importantly, protecting it – should be easy. We put the user at the center of identity and authentication solutions to help business and government enhance privacy, create trust, and increase convenience for users – using devices and credentials users already have!

Who are your customers?

briidge.net is a foundational identity and authentication platform that enables a wide variety of applications across a broad range of industries on any number of devices. Core markets and applications include:, Banking & Financial Services, Government, Payments, and Telecoms & Utilities.

Who are your partners?

SecureKey is strengthening its core platform offering by partnering with leading technology providers and system integrators. Some of our Partners today include: Broadcom, Cirque, Dell, EnStream, HP, Inside Secure, Intel, and NXP.

What is SecureKey Concierge?

SecureKey Concierge offers a convenient way to sign in to Government of Canada services. Instead of remembering yet another username and password that you rarely ever use, you can choose to sign in with a brand that you know, and use, regularly… such as your favourite Financial Institution, Bank or Credit Card.

How does SecureKey protect privacy?

No passwords or personal information (i.e. name, address, date of birth, etc.) are exchanged. Your Sign-In Partner won’t know which government service you’re accessing and the government won’t know which Sign-In Partner you’re using.

I don’t want ‘’the government’’ to know what I am doing; how does SecureKey protect my information and transactions?

briidge.net Exchange brokers the connection ensuring that no government service knows which Sign-In Partner you are using, and that no Sign-In Partner knows which government service you are accessing.

Memberships & Affiliations

CCMTA Logo
The Linux Foundation
Privacy by Design

Awards

Benzinga Fintech Award Finalist
ARXan