As a Canadian federal non profit organization, the Lab does not have shareholders, we have members. Five out of six membership categories are reserved for organizations: public sector, private sector, academic sector, non profit sector and founding members (DIACC and In-Sec-M).
All categories of membership are represented on the Board of Directors of the Lab.
The sixth category of membership in the Lab are “Individuals” and this category is also represented on the Board of Directors. Membership, both for organizations and for individuals, is usually by invitation only but if you think you can support and contribute to the Mission of the Lab, feel free to Request Membership and we will start a conversation with you!
“The Digital Identity Laboratory of Canada continues to advance the country’s digital identity ecosystem through persistent advocacy of compliance and interoperability. This collaboration spurred between the private and public sectors has allowed providers and partners to work together and accelerate the understanding and adoption of digital identity across Canada.
These developments have been crucial with the increase of remote work and the importance of safe online transactions. Canadians need methods to trust online verifications to the same degree as in-person transactions, and the Lab plays a major role in allowing organizations to evaluate and adopt these solutions.
We are proud to be a sponsor of the Lab. Working alongside them to expand Verified.Me’s interoperability with international standards and improve the digital lives of Canadians has been an inspiring experience, and we are excited for what this beneficial partnership will continue to have in store for the future.”
Didier Serra, SecureKey Technologies