Assessment Programs

Hyperledger Aries


Hyperledger Aries provides a shared, reusable, interoperable tool kit designed for initiatives and solutions focused on creating, transmitting and storing verifiable digital credentials. It is infrastructure for blockchain-rooted, peer-to-peer interactions.

W3C Verifiable Credentials


The mission of the W3C Verifiable Credentials Working Group (VCWG) is to make expressing and exchanging credentials that have been verified by a third party easier and more secure on the Web.


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NIST SP 800-63 Digital Identity Guidelines


SP 800-63 provides an overview of general identity frameworks, using authenticators, credentials, and assertions together in a digital system, and a risk-based process of selecting assurance levels.

Pan-Canadian Trust Framework (PCTF) - Digital Identity and Authentication Council of Canada (DIACC)


The Pan-Canadian Trust Framework is designed to meet current and future Canadian digital identity ecosystem innovation needs by verifying trust of services and networks.

Public Sector Profile of the Pan-Canadian Trust Framework (PSP PCTF)


The PCTF is a model that consists of a set of agreed-on concepts, definitions, processes, conformance criteria, and an assessment approach. The role of the PCTF is to complement existing standards and policies such as those concerned with security, privacy, and service delivery

Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA)


The Privacy Impact Assessment is a formal and necessary compliance assessment process used to identify and evaluate privacy risks associated with the use of a solution or a service component offered by an identity service or a technology provider, or the development cycle of a project, a program or system (technology or solution).


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What we're hearing ;-)

“The City of Gatineau and ID Gatineau are very proud to support and welcome the Digital Identity Laboratory of Canada in our city. Digital identity solutions are already key drivers of modern economies and they fuel an industry that will experience strong growth in the years to come. Gatineau enjoys an extremely enviable geostrategic position for this sector, as evidenced by the strength of the cybersecurity cluster that is developing on both sides of the river. The presence of Canada’s Digital Identity Laboratory will help fuel this dynamism.”

Isabelle Veilleux, City of Gatineau