B.C.’s chief information officer this week outlined the importance of verifiable credentials (VCs) and how they can form the cornerstone of not only the province’s next digital identity strategy, but a national one as well. Speaking at the IdentityNORTH Annual Summit 2022 in Toronto, CJ Ritchie said a key reason why they are so critical
by Paul Barker •
Despite the many challenges that exist in creating digital identification processes, the pandemic has proven that when we need to, we can quickly move to develop and deploy digital services and infrastructure to better serve Canadians, Treasury Board president Mona Fortier said today. In her opening keynote at IdentityNORTH’s 2022 Annual Summit, she said, “Essential […]
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Digital ID is coming to Canada, bringing with it a host of questions and even some concerns from privacy advocates. Many provinces, and the federal government, have launched Digital ID initiatives to simplify and secure access to government services. They regard Digital ID as an essential part of transforming service delivery in the digital era. […]
A new study from Juniper Research reveals that the number of users of digital ID worldwide will reach 6.5 billion by 2026, a growth of 50 per cent from this year’s 4.2 billion users. Digital ID is a digital representation of someone’s identity that promises to offer easy and secure access to a wide range […]
by Jonathan Reed •
Will people ever live in a digital world 24/7? Nobody knows for sure, but the metaverse is certainly expanding rapidly. As the world dives deeper into the digital realm, companies need guidance on how to protect their assets and intellectual property (IP). Consider that the top 10 most expensive NFTs in the world all sold […]
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by Howard Solomon •
“We are falling behind in competitiveness if we don’t advance this file,” Catherine Luelo told the IdentityNorth spring workshop on Tuesday
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ATB Ventures has collaborated with the Government of Canada to provide the technology platform to support its National Digital Trust Service proof of concept.
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by Paul Roberts •
What does 2022 have in store? Dean Coclin of DigiCert speaks with host Paul Roberts about the trends that will shape the New Year, from cloud sovereignty to the growing reliance on PKI to secure digital identities, DEVOPs and more.
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by David Bisson •
The worst thing that organizations can do is take a hard stance with their cybersecurity efforts. The digital threat landscape is constantly evolving. If organizations settle into a viewpoint, they could elevate one source of risk into something unrealistic—all while missing other digital threats. This reflects just how much assumptions drive cybersecurity-related decisions. Forbes put […]
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by Jonathan Reed •
A recent Fortune Business Insights report projects that the global Identity and Access Management (IAM) market (valued at $9.53 billion in 2018) will reach $24.76 billion by the end of 2026, showing a CAGR of 13.17%. What’s behind this massive demand? In a nutshell, people don’t want their identities stolen. But the real drivers are […]
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