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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Mobile Learning Lab
(Toronto)

June 4 – June 6, 2018

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Money 20/20 Europe
(Amsterdam)

June 4 – June 6, 2018

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Securing Federal Identity (Washington)

June 5 – June 6, 2018

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SecureKey + IBM Blockchain

SecureKey Technologies and IBM are working together to build the first ever digital identity network in Canada. The solution is built with IBM Blockchain on top of The Linux Foundation’s open source Hyperledger Fabric and enables a scalable group of individuals and institutions to quickly board the highly secured network with minimal operational effort.

Learn how identity solutions with SecureKey and IBM Blockchain can revolutionize key industries by reading the announcement and watching the videos.

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Recent News

SecureKey Technologies to explore interoperability between Verified.Me and Hyperledger Indy

SecureKey Technologies today announces it will continue its leadership in establishing standards for next generation digital identity networks by exploring interoperability between Verified.Me and Hyperledger Indy-based identity projects. Continue reading

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