2 May, 2018
SEATTLE, Wash., May 2, 2018 – Trusted Key Solutions Inc., a blockchain-based secure digital identity company, today announced that it has raised $3 million (USD) as part of a seed funding round led by Founders Co-Op, an early-stage venture fund, with participation from Pithia, Inc., the venture capital company of The RChain Cooperative.
2 Feb, 2018
SEATTLE, Wash., Feb 2, 2018 – Trusted Key Solutions Inc., a blockchain-based identity management company, announced today that Amit Jasuja will join the company as Chief Executive Officer and a member of its board of directors. Prakash Sundaresan, who has served as Trusted Key’s CEO since its founding will continue in the role of President and Chief Technology Officer.
SEATTLE, Wash., Feb 2, 2018 – Trusted Key Solutions Inc., a blockchain-based identity management company, announced today that Amit Jasuja will join the company as Chief Executive Officer and a member of its board of directors. Prakash Sundaresan, who has served as...
SEATTLE, November 9, 2017 – Trusted Key Solutions Inc. today launched Secure SSH Key Management as part of the Trusted Key Digital Identity Wallet. The SSH Key management feature allows users to authorize use of their SSH key with their mobile phone making it both...
I just completed the best year of my career at Trusted Key. When I took on the role of CEO back in 2018, I was no stranger to the identity management space. But what has become very clear is that Digital Identity is a brave new frontier. It holds a lot of promise for both enterprises and consumers. It can simplify online registration, empower consumers with control over their personal information and ease their privacy concerns, as well as eliminate the use of passwords altogether. For enterprises, digital identity can unlock new business opportunities, increase digital adoption, reduce fraud and more. And as we’ve seen, there are numerous challenges — such as security, new trust models, standards, even new business models that must be solved before we can see success.
In earlier articles, I discussed what a shared digital identity can do as well as which organizations are the right starting point to adopt a solution for digital identity built using blockchain technology.
In the market today, we see a number of solutions that speak to the concept of self-sovereign identity – and how this will achieve the goals of a single privacy-preserving shared digital identity that is controlled by the user. However, a shared digital identity solution needs to be much more than just the blockchain and the smart contracts that can be run on the blockchain. In fact, most of these solutions are not engineered for enterprise use because they are not built to meet enterprise requirements around branding, consumer experience, deployment, security and predictable pricing.
I previously described challenges both consumers and organizations face when it comes to user identity and how a shared digital identity can reshape digital trust as we know it.
In an ideal future state, every consumer would have a strongly proofed, government-issued digital identity that could be shared with anyone. The user would own and manage this identity on a personal device and all digital interactions would accept this digital identity for enrollment and authentication.
Financial Services Proof Of Concept
This video showcases a sample prototype “AxleBank” built to demonstrate Trusted Key’s application for Financial services.
Education Proof Of Concept
This video showcases custom tools that demonstrate Trusted Key’s platform application for Education.
Trusted Key’s presentation at FinovateFall 2017.
Trusted Key’s presentation at FINDEVr 2017