October 2018 marks the 15th anniversary of Cyber Security Awareness Month (CSAM), globally celebrated to increase awareness of the importance of cyber security.
SecureKey and our partners at Notarius were invited to participate in the first-ever Sovereign Legal Identity Challenge (SLIC), a part of the Computational Law and Blockchain Festival convened by the Boston Legal Hackers in March of 2018.
Across the globe, nations have the responsibility to stay on top of trends that affect consumers. It’s each nation’s responsibility to continuously innovate and create strategies across infrastructure, transportation, health and education (to name a few) that better the lives of its citizens.
It’s hard to believe that an entire year has passed since we last joined the fantastic organizers and participants at IdentityNORTH Toronto, but this year’s event is quickly approaching!
While data privacy is constantly top-of-mind for organizations and a phrase dominating the media in recent years, it is no coincidence that these emails are just coming through now.
The vast majority of these and other numbers associated with the largest data breach in history are incomprehensible. I can’t visualize what three billion people looks like.
Another day, another data breach.
In more recent developments, the sharing economy has turned to revolutionary technologies, like blockchain, to advance.
Being a business owner means going the extra mile to protect customer and employee data, and small business owners are facing unique challenges.
It’s a VERY exciting day for SecureKey, and for the individuals and institutions that value digital privacy, security and identity in Canada.