Stash is excited to announce it has joined the Digital ID & Authentication Council of Canada (DIACC). DIACC is a non-profit coalition of private and public sector leaders who are committed to unlocking economic opportunities for Canadian consumers and businesses while protecting and promoting Canadian values and perspectives in the digital economy. Working towards establishing an interoperable ecosystem that Canadians can use with confidence, DIACC has launched the Pan-Canadian Trust Framework™, which permits trusted digital identity and clear guidelines on digital interoperability.
“In the digital age, it is too easy for people to remain anonymous online or claim to be someone they aren’t. In the physical world, we have ways of proving who we are through different identification methods which makes it difficult for someone to fake their identity. As we increasingly go digital, we need a form of digital identity to help people stay secure and limit their risks of being the subject of fraudulent activity,” said Jerry Wolverton, Founder & CEO of Stash. “We believe our patent-pending Island Technology and our user-focused approach to digital security can assist in DIACC’s mission to achieve excellence in digital identity.”
As a member of DIACC, Stash is committed to unlocking economic opportunities for consumers, and businesses by providing the framework to develop a robust, secure, scalable, and privacy-enhancing digital identification and authentication ecosystem.
To learn more about the DIACC and Stash’s membership, please visit https://diacc.ca/2020/10/14/spotlight-on-stash/.
Stash specializes in offline password management. Stash’s team is committed to providing people with a secure and easy way to manage their increasing number of usernames and passwords while keeping them offline by utilizing Island Technology™. Stash is reshaping the approach to cybersecurity by championing convenient and secure offline storage.
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About the DIACC
The DIACC is a non-profit coalition of public and private sector leaders committed to developing a Canadian digital identification and authentication framework to enable Canada’s full and secure participation in the global digital economy. The DIACC’s members and advisors include leaders from the federal and provincial levels of government as well as representatives from small and large businesses, charities, and privacy commissioners. The DIACC is shaping the digital identity conversation both in Canada and on the world stage.
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