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.
2018 will see us, and our partners, continuing to rise to the occasion and tackling the challenge of digital identity head on, using blockchain as our foundation.
Last week I had the amazing opportunity to learn from some of the most incredible experts in transforming digital identity at the IdentityNORTH conference
SecureKey is thrilled to announce that we’re working with Intel to bring this next-generation innovation in digital identity to Intel-supported computers.
ICT Infrastructure, especially connectivity, plays an increasingly critical role in driving sustainable growth and prosperity.
Through our transition to a digital age, there are several different technologies that strengthen the ways organizations do business.
The World Economic Forum describes the emergence of digital technologies that affect our lives as the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR).
New technologies are iterative; they form the foundation for our digital futures and blockchain is no exception. Even though blockchain is in its early years, its reputation has garnered not only the support of different parties…
So how do you build trust with a counterparty in the second-hand marketplace? The tactics available vary by platform, are time consuming and imperfect.