May 19, 2022
Contains results of review of the Hyperledger URSA codebase. This article was originally published on hyperledger.org
May 13, 2022
The first part of this learning series defines identity, introduces key terms and their relationship to each other, then illustrates these concepts in a real world setting.
April 1, 2021
As part of a webinar from the "Association québécoise des technologies" presented by the Fonds de solidarité FTQ, Pierre Roberge, General Manager of the Digital Identity Laboratory, presented the fundamentals of digital identity. Here is a cheat sheet summarizing seven key points.
Recent advances in the state of the art of digital identity systems are putting the user back in control of their information and their privacy. An important building block of this advancement is the digital wallet for users. This document proposes what a trusted digital wallet should aim to do. Without it, software developers are left to guess, the marketplace offering will be fragmented, and ultimately will result in delaying the adoption of user-centric digital identity solution.
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“We see the work of the Digital Identity Laboratory of Canada as crucial to advancing Canada’s economy through the development of secure, trusted digital capabilities. In order to successfully deliver digital ID it will be necessary to ensure there is alignment between the public and private sectors. By working to bring these groups together and forge solutions, the IDLab can help to support an inclusive and safe online environment for Canadians to exchange value based on common standards and foundational capabilities.”
Neil Butters, Interac Corp.