Papers and Projects


DIACC members produce papers, research, and concepts to inform business, legal, and technical audiences around economic focused and impactful digital identification issues.  Papers may be forward looking or may analyze a past perspective. Research is Canadian principled with international value. Projects learn fast, test viability, identify impacts and regulatory considerations.

Papers and Projects:

  • Applied Research Phase 2 – Consumer Digital Identity Leveraging Blockchain, by SecureKey 2019
    Paper | Quick Read 
  • Identity in Action Case Study: BC Services Card, by the Province of British Columbia 2019
    Paper | Quick Read
  • Exploration of Remote Identity Proofing Alternatives to Knowledge Based Verification, by Digidentity and The ID Crowd 2019
    Paper | Quick Read
  • Economic Impact of Digital Identity in Canada, by Consult Hyperion 2018
    Paper | Quick Read
  • Digital ID and Authentication for Citizen Engagement, by PlaceSpeak 2018
    Paper | Quick Read
  • Applied Research Phase 1 – Leveraging Distributed Privacy Enhancing Technology, by SecureKey 2017
    Paper (English) | Papier (Français) | Video
  • Making the Blockchain Real for Corporate Registries – Proof of Concept 2017
    Paper (English) | Papier (Français) | Quick Read | Video
  • Online Proof of Residency – Proof of Concept 2016
    Paper | Quick Read
  • Building Canada’s Digital Future 2016
    Paper (English) | Papier (Français) | Quick Read
  • Canada’s Federal Pre-budget Submission 2016
    Paper | Quick Read
  • DIACC Recommendations: Province of Ontario Electronic Signature Regulations 2014
    Read the Recommendations
  • Regulatory Changes for Recognition of Digital ID, Minister of Finance Advisory Board 2014
    Read the Briefing
  • Proposed Changes to AML Regulations, Minister of Finance Advisory Board 2014
    Read the Recommendations