Brochures

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Corporate Overview

SecureKey provides secure, privacy-enhancing services that conveniently connect people to critical online services using digital credentials they already have and trust.

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Verified.Me Overview

Verified.Me, by SecureKey Technologies Inc., is the new and secure way to help you verify your identity, so you can quickly get access to the services and products you want online, in person and on the phone.

Case Studies

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Government of Canada Case Study

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.

Infographics

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2019 Cyber Security Awarness Month

To celebrate Halloween and raise cyber security awareness, we have prepared the below infographic with some real spooky stats.

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Is Your Data Secure? 2018 Cyber Security Awareness Month Infographic

To celebrate Halloween and raise cyber security awareness, we have prepared the below infographic for your educational reading pleasure.

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Did You Know? Fast Facts About Your Digital Identity

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Blockchain Past, Blockchain Future

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Cybersecurity: Spooky Facts

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Is Your Data Secure? 2018 Cyber Security Awareness Month Infographic

To celebrate Halloween and raise cyber security awareness, we have prepared the below infographic for your educational reading pleasure.

Podcasts

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Strictly Legal – Episode 10: Identity Verification for the Legal Profession

Greg Wolfond, CEO of SecureKey talks about what legal professionals need to be aware of the specific solutions that are available to help them to verify the identity of their clients. 

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Digital Identity & Security with Andre Boysen 

In this PayPod podcast, our CIO, Andre Boysen, discusses digital identity today and what he believe the future holds. 

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Verified.Me, Canada’s Digital Identity Network

SecureKey Chief Identity Officer, Andre Boysen, joins State of Identity to discuss Verified.Me, Canada’s first ever digital identity network, built alongside Canada’s leading financial institutions.

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Simplifying and Securing Digital ID-Based Transactions

 

“Rather than trying to construct trust out of nothing…let’s build on the success of what consumers already understand and what’s already common business practice, but adapt it so it works better online…” says Andre Boysen, CIO of SecureKey.

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Matt Jaksic @ 680 News 

How Technology Can Make Consumer-to-Consumer Transactions Safer!

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Blockchain is Quietly Transforming Identity Management with Greg Wolfond

In this episode, Greg and I discuss why Blockchain was a logical choice in building SecureKey’s digital identity network, the future of digital identities, and how two of Greg’s friends got their identities hacked and had mortgages put on their homes!

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Andre Boysen @ 680 News – Passwords 

 

Andre Boysen, CIO for SecureKey was interviewed by Kris McCusker for 680 News. “Credit cards and debit cards are a good analogy of how we’re going to solve [the problem of passwords]…I have one or two credit cards and every merchant I go to will accept them,” said Boysen. The interview aired on December 17-19 and was additionally broadcast on 660 News in Calgary.

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Why new approaches such as blockchain are needed to solve digital identity?

Listen to Andre Boysen’s thoughts on blockchain and digital identity in this podcast with Regarding ID’s Gina Jordan.

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 Andre Boysen @ 680 News

Blockchain and Solving the “double spend problem”

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How Blockchain Works To Solve Digital Identity

Part 2 of a conversation with SecureKey’s Andre Boysen on the promise of ledger-based identity!

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Andre Boysen @ 660 News – How to protect yourself from online fraud

 

Andre Boysen, CIO for SecureKey, was interviewed by Audrey Whelan for 660 News. “A clever crook trick, which is to trick you into thinking I want to show you hair styles, but what I want to do is log into your bank, who wants your selfie,” said Boysen.

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Andre Boysen @ 660 News – Should you save your credit card information on e-commerce sites?

Andre Boysen, CIO for SecureKey, was interviewed by Audrey Whelan for 660 News. “The best safe thing to do is to do it the long way every time,” said Boysen, “but if you are going to do it, I’d only do it at the larger merchant sites that have more trust behind them.”

Webinars & Videos

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Blockchain Research Institute • Identity Series Part II: Identity in Financial Services

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How Identity will Create a Nation of Healthcare Heroes | Andre Boysen | TEDxKelowna

We can share our organs to save a life when we die, but we can’t share our healthcare data to save many lives while we’re alive. Andre Boysen shares why digital identity grids, much like the electrical grids of the 1870’s, are poised to change everything we know about protecting and sharing our personal and important information – and will provide the first chance for each of us to become true healthcare heroes.

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Triple Blind Privacy

Greg Wolfond, CEO of SecureKey, speaks to Anthony Lacavera about how we are developing technologies around identity to make it easier for consumers to validate who they are. Greg also shares what role he believes regulation plays in data security and how SecureKey is working to get triple blind privacy widely adopted as the industry standard.

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Verified.Me – An Ecosystem Approach to Digital Identity

Matt Jaksic, Senior Director, Business Development, SecureKey, provides an overview of Verified.Me, our digital identity network.

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Health Ecosphere Panel – Privacy and Security of Healthcare Data

Matt Jaksic, Business Development, SecureKey participated on a Health Ecosphere panel in June of 2018. The topic was Privacy and Security of Healthcare Data.

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A Privacy Affair Fundraising Event

In January of 2018, SecureKey got together with a group of leading organizations to help support the International Council on Global Privacy and Security by Design. The event, A Privacy Affair, was a great success and raised much needed awareness for such an important cause. Watch this short video that sums it all up!

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An Ecosystem Approach to Identity for the Digital Age

Greg Wolfond, SecureKey Technologies, Rizwan Khalfan, TD, and Ian Bailey, Government of British Columbia will discuss the value of creating an online identity ecosystem through strong cross-industry partnerships and shared fundamentals, consumers’ trusted relationships with vendors and new technologies like blockchain.

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Blockchain Executive Power Breakfast with CIBC, SecureKey and the Government of New Brunswick

Canada has taken a unique path in the world on digital identity. Governments, telcos, banks, and the broader service delivery economy recognize that digital identity is bigger than any single organization. The collaborative approach has allowed Canada to rapidly adopt new technologies such as blockchain to drive successes that have yet to happen for other countries. The world is looking on and wants to know the secrets.

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K(NO)W Identity Conference 2017 | Business of Identity

 In this panel, Marc Hochstein (American Banker), Andre Boysen (SecureKey), Stuart Lacey (Trunomi), Pascal Bouvier (Santander InnoVentures) and Matthew Thompson (Capital One) discuss the merits and drawbacks of different revenue models and the challenges for those seeking to build scale in a fragmented identity market.

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Marie Wieck, IBM and Greg Wolfond, SecureKey Technologies Inc. – IBM Interconnect 2017

Marie Wieck (@mwieck), GM, IBM Blockchain at IBM & Greg Wolfond (@wolfond), Chairman and CEO at SecureKey Technologies Inc. talk with John Furrier & Dave Vellante at IBM Interconnect 2017 at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. #theCUBE

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What solutions does SecureKey provide?

Greg Wolfond explains Securekey’s solutions at IBM InterConnect 2017. #theCUBE

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How can Blockchain help me move?

Greg Wolfond discusses how Blockchain removes friction from processes like moving at IBM InterConnect 2017. #theCUBE

 

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An Ecosystem Approach to Frictionless Digital Identity

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.

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Canada’s banks invest $27M in SecureKey Technologies

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.

 

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SecureKey Concierge Overview

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. But, “Did You Know” you can trust a single log-in without having to create a new account or remember yet another password? This video shows users a simple, convenient and secure way to access government services online.

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Canada’s banks invest $27M in SecureKey Technologies

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.

 

Whitepapers

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The Future of Digital Identity in Education

The education industry needs to collectively set a high standard and guarantee the secure access and exchange of digital data to maintain trust and transparency, while also protecting the student experience and the educational institutions’ financial health.

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The Future of Digital Identity in Regulated Gaming

The regulated gaming industry in Canada is rapidly growing and providing more online experiences than ever before. With this move to online, platforms are now facing a new wave of digital identity challenges that include account takeover, age and geographic verification and account fraud.

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Streamlining identity verification to improve the call centre experience

When consumers are looking for immediate support, the first action they typically take is to reach out to a call centre. Yet one of the biggest pain points that consumers still experience regularly is the frustration associated with call centres and their inability to meet expectations regarding wait times and resolve issues during the first call.

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Identity Verification for the Legal Profession

In the legal profession, identification and verification are critical. Lawyers must identify clients for all legal services they provide and verify clients’ identities when providing direction in respect of receiving, paying or transferring funds on behalf of a client.

Yet, identity verification in the legal profession is broken. Existing identification requirements are based on reviewing physical documents in person, creating friction points for legal professionals.

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Setting a high standard for identity verification in the insurance industry

Insurance has become a critical part of all major touch points in consumers’ lives, including employment, health, family and financial events. The reality of multiple client touch points can be challenging for organizations when collecting, organizing, assigning and protecting client identities.

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Identity Verification for the Legal Profession

In the legal profession, identification and verification are critical. Lawyers must identify clients for all legal services they provide and verify clients’ identities when providing direction in respect of receiving, paying or transferring funds on behalf of a client.

Yet, identity verification in the legal profession is broken. Existing identification requirements are based on reviewing physical documents in person, creating friction points for legal professionals.

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The ARPU of Identity

This report published by The Open Identity Exchange (OIX) provides a primer on digital identities and explains how telcos can serve vital roles as credential service provider and as attribute provider within the identity ecosystem. SecureKey is a contributor, providing technical insights, business perspective and examples of a working model for the ARPU of Identity and the potential identity-centric revenue impact for telcos.

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Consumer Digital Identity: Leveraging Blockchain (Part 1)

This document explores and shares the experience of DIACC member SecureKey. In alignment with DIACC’s 10 Canadian Principles of a Digital Identity Ecosystem, SecureKey has entered into a multiphase program with DIACC and DHS to explore and evaluate a solution for enabling distributed privacy enhanced identity ecosystems. This paper has been developed for the purpose of enhancing community based knowledge sharing.

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Consumer Digital Identity: Leveraging Distributed Privacy Enhancing Technology (Part 2)

This paper explores current issues and opportunities in emerging identity markets, and describes the rationale and technology paradigms for designing a consumer–centric, privacy-enhanced system using modern distributed architectures. This paper was developed to accompany applied research developed SecureKey under an applied research program of the Digital ID & Authentication Council of Canada (DIACC).

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Consumer Digital Identity: Leveraging Blockchain (Part 3)

This paper was developed to accompany applied research developed SecureKey under an applied research program of the Digital ID & Authentication Council of Canada (DIACC).

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Identity Now (Telecom Edition)

The Vital Role Telecommunications Companies Play and the Tremendous Opportunity in Evolving Identity Ecosystems

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Identity Now (Banking Edition)

A Whitepaper for Banks Trying to Determine the Role they Should Play in Evolving Identity Ecosystems.

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Rethinking Identity in the 21st Century

We’ve been trying to crack the online identity management problem since modern computing started, but the industry has a history of repeating the same mistakes. 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. Cars did not come from continued investment in horse husbandry. The industry needs a new approach.

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An Ecosystem Approach to Frictionless Digital Identity

The Commission on Enhancing National Cyber Security recently published its report on securing and growing the digital economy. Amongst its priorities, the report emphasizes the need for the administration to collaborate with the private sector on defining, implementing and defending a roadmap for i) improving the security of digital networks against denial-of-service, spoofing and others attacks on users and the nation’s network infrastructure, ii) increasing the use of strong authentication to improve identity management, and iii) delivering a frictionless experience to citizens while accessing Government services.

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