SecureKey, Intel to boost identity verification for consumers via blockchain

Tuesday 24 October 2017 14:35 CET | News

SecureKey has announced a collaboration with Intel to enable consumers to access its blockchain-based digital identity and attribute sharing technology via traditional web browsers.

Intel SGX enables blockchain-based applications to preserve the confidentiality and integrity of sensitive code and data without disrupting the ability of legitimate system software to schedule and manage the use of platform resources.
The addition of traditional web browser capabilities will complement the services existing mobile app, enabling more consumers to access online services, such as bank account creation or new credit application services, with added privacy and security layers.

SecureKey is a provider of cloud-based, identity networks that reduce the risks associated with user authentication.

SecureKey and Intel will be providing a live demonstration of the solution at Money 20/20 in Las Vegas, where The Paypers is an official media partner. Follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook to stay updated with the latest announcement brought live to you from the event.

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Keywords: SecureKey, Intel, identity verification, blockchain, Money 20/20, digital identity, security, privacy, partnership
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