SecureKey provides secure, privacy-enhancing services that conveniently connect people to critical online services using digital credentials they already have and trust.
Learn how SecureKey Technologies' online authentication solution enabled choice and convenience for online users, freeing them from needing yet another credential and another password for Government of Canada sites.
SecureKey offers a variety of solutions to reduce friction, increase privacy and security and eliminate the problems of password management for online services and their users.
We're living in the age of the data breach. Yet, most of us have never really thought about what a stolen identity might mean. Here are some important things to know about your online privacy, the risk of dealing with cybercrime and how to protect your digital identity.
The bring-your-own-credential (BYOC) approach to identity management has seen early success across several social networks and online applications. But before deploying this promising tactic in more sensitive settings, government, healthcare and ﬁnancial service organizations will naturally need a few questions answered.
In a world where online identity theft has become more common than traditional theft, it’s more important than ever to know how to protect yourself in the cyber world. As part of SecureKey’s “Did You Know?” series, this infographic captures several eye-opening facts about data breaches and identity theft, and offers best practices for securely accessing online services.
Every organization operating a high-value consumer-facing website must come to grips with a stark fact: traditional consumer identity and access management (IAM) systems and methods are failing to scale to required levels of both security and ease of use.
New digital tools have revolutionized enterprise operations, and the financial service sector is no exception. This infographic covers the Top 5 tech trends every banking executive should be aware of.
The SecureKey Concierge™ service is powered by a Trust Framework that enhances the security of online authentication transactions between Users and Relying Parties (RPs) through a network of trusted Credential Providers (CPs)
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It happens all the time. You go to log in to an online service, but forget your username and password. It’s frustrating and unfortunately, you’re not alone, as World Economic Forum estimates the average person has more than 130 online ID’s and passwords.
Together, we can build a national digital identity ecosystem, with trust, privacy, efficiency and security for everyone. Together, we can set the standard for the rest of the world.
In the year 2020, trends that are hot today, such as mCommerce, virtual money and privacy will be commonplace. These disruptive topics and technologies should be examined and considered when building a digital strategy. Organizations that choose to ignore them, might find themselves behind the curve.
Greg Wolfond, CEO of SecureKey Technologies, discusses why the likes of BMO, Scotiabank, CIBC, RBC and TD have invested $27 million to secure Canadians' banking information.
The problem for eGovernment service delivery is it is caught in negative spiral with users when it comes to online access. Learn what we mean by a negative spiral in this video narrated by Andre Boysen, Chief Identity Officer at SecureKey.
Today, Canadians use a service called SecureKey Concierge for eGov, healthcare and some private sector services. It is backed by all the large banks in Canada, so users can access services using the same userid and password they use everyday for online banking. This is supported by a triple-blind privacy model so that government cannot see the user banking details, the bank cannot see the online destination the user is visiting, and SecureKey Concierge service does not know the identity of the user. So, none of the transaction participants has a complete picture of the user journey.
Our digital identities are critical elements to our lives. Yet, most users today are managing more and more identities, with no end in sight.
Governments and citizens both benefit when services are delivered online. But the adoption of online government services is often constrained by challenges with user registration and authentication. The usual problems of password security, forgotten passwords and sign-up abandonment are heightened for government services - they need to know its you to deliver the service. High credential churn drives up operational costs, weakens security posture, and frustrates users who want to accomplish tasks online.
This paper explores current issues and opportunities in emerging identity markets, and describes the rational and technology paradigms for designing a consumer–centric, privacy-enhanced system using modern distributed architectures.
‘Digital identity’ is becoming increasingly important to consumers in their daily lives. Coping with a growing number of usernames and passwords is a burden that deters customers from transacting digitally. The cost of maintaining accurate personal data for customers and protecting it from cyber criminals is a concern for organisations and regulators.
Service providers are losing more of their customers’ credentials to online thieves than at any point in history. Customer interactions are slow, awkward and filled with mistrust. And it’s all happening because we’ve been thinking about identity the wrong way.
This whitepaper reviews how and why telcos can and should play a stronger role in the identity industry, and provides a financial model for how various aspects of identity management can contribute to ARPU.
This paper discusses important aspects of good authentication practices, the options that organizations have available to them when attempting to balance ease-of-use with robust security, and recommendations for improving authentication.
The days of the password are coming to an end. Learn more in this recent study by Forrester.