May 25, 2023
IDLab is thrilled to have co-authored a white paper on digital identity, in collaboration with Beneva, Desjardins, KPMG, TELUS, and Videotron.
April 13, 2023
Join us as we explore the fundamental technologies and principles that can be applied to protect personal information: Privacy by Design, Selective Disclosure, and Zero-Knowledge Proof.
February 18, 2023
Let's get more technical by describing the technologies and principles that enable the trusted use of digital credentials, starting with cryptography and digital signatures.
January 18, 2023
Have you come across the term “Open Banking” and wanted to know more?
December 15, 2022
Part four in our digital identity learning series is now available. Take a read to learn more about the factors affecting the widespread adoption of digital credentials, and the role higher degrees of trust and security (levels of assurance) play in both adoption and protecting information.
October 21, 2022
This chapter looks at the Canadian laws surrounding personal information, digital identity models and the principle of self-sovereign identity. Learn more about some of the fundamental notions and underlying technologies that are propelling the idea of digital identities to the forefront of industry within Canada.
July 22, 2022
We’ve published a second chapter elaborating on key terms and concepts that allow identity to take place on the digital stage. We answer questions such as what a digital ID might look like, while taking you on the journey of its lifecycle, from beginning to end.
Contains the summary of results of an engagement with CIRA on the subject of decentralized identity trust registries.
May 19, 2022
Contains results of review of the Hyperledger Ursa codebase for production deployments.
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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August 20, 2009
Date modified: 2021-01-12