February 24, 2022
GATINEAU, Quebec – The Digital Identity Laboratory of Canada (“IDLab”) is pleased to celebrate its second anniversary supporting Canada’s public and private digital identity ecosystem.
As the driving motivation behind the creation of the IDLab, conformity and interoperability have been identified as key drivers to achieving broad market adoption of digital identity. Acting as an arm’s-length, technology neutral and trusted actor, the IDLab delivers digital identity related assessment services, including evaluations, tests, audits and certifications, for a variety of assessment programs, to support buying and selling organizations of digital identity solutions.
“The IDLab is proud to support a number of pan-Canadian digital ID initiatives across the country. We are proud and humbled to assist thought leaders in laying the groundwork for a profound, long lasting, digital transformation of our institutions. What we are doing here is highly relevant to other markets and we are working toward applying our process and know-how to other geographies” says Pierre Roberge, General Manager of the IDLab.
More broadly, the IDLab offers a full range of services helping end users, buying and selling organizations of digital identity. The Laboratory brings a deep and global digital identity perspective to assist organisations align their offerings to local, national, and international standards and evolving best practices.
About the Digital Identity Laboratory of Canada
The IDLab, an independent Canadian non-profit entity, is dedicated to advancing digital trust by breaking down barriers to digital ID adoption. The IDLab promotes conformity and interoperability of user-centric digital identity solutions. As a technology neutral trusted actor in the digital ID space, the IDLab is uniquely positioned to deliver high value, bias-free assessment and advisory services. The IDLab is not an incubator and does not develop or sell digital identity solutions. For more information, please visit dtlab-labcn.org.
Digital Identity Laboratory of Canada
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