The W3C | VC Conformance Assessment and Testing Report is a formal and necessary compliance process and a set of tools for allowing an organization to identify any key gaps they must address before engaging into a formal certification process to demonstrate and validate their capabilities with regards to the requirements and technical specifications set forth by the :
The W3C | Verifiable Credential Assessment and Testing performed by the IDLab check any application that generates Verifiable Credential Data Model documents to ensure conformance with the specification of the standard and make sure that such an application is cryptographically secure, privacy respecting, and machine-verifiable.
A critical output of the conformance assessment process is the implementation, by the client, of the recommendations detailed in the conformance/conformity assessment report and testing in order to adhere voluntarily or to obtain a W3C certification by the DigiLab.
4 to 6 weeks
W3C | VC Conformance Report
“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
We are working on it! :-)