Collaboration is a strategic imperative to achieve our vision of secure, convenient, and privacy-enhancing digital identity services for all Canadians.
DIACC develops relationships with like minded organizations to enhance opportunities for Canadian innovation to impact the global digital economy.
|TechnoMontréal||The Digital ID & Authentication Council of Canada (DIACC) and TechnoMontréal, the Technology Cluster of Greater Montréal, are pleased to announce a new partnership to propel collaboration to accelerate the adoption and development of digital identity. The two organizations are coming together to identify projects and cross-sector connections to bring together Canada’s foremost leaders in industry and digital identity to increase the development of digital identity, data privacy and security innovation.||Details|
|In-Sec-M||In-Sec-M and DIACC confirm their intention to identify and enumerate requirements for a digital identity laboratory, identify and develop a community of interest that would derive value from a digital identity laboratory, and to leverage each organization’s network of subject matter expert organizations and individuals.||Details|
|Identity Management Sub-Committee (IMSC) of the Public Sector Chief Information Officer Council & the Public Sector Service Delivery Council||IMSC and DIACC confirm their intention to work together, in the spirit of co-operation for as long at it remains mutually convenient and without legal obligation, to develop one Pan Canadian Trust Framework considering public and private sector contexts.||Details|
|Kantara Initiative||The DIACC and Kantara Initiative (KI) seek to collaborate on the advancement of market maturity of trusted services for digital identity, authentication, and authorization. The DIACC and KI share common principles for the advancement of digital ecosystems including but not limited to: open and transparent governance, respect for user controls, and consideration of privacy.||Details|
|Command, Control, and Interoperability Center for Advanced Data Analytics (CCICADA) at Rutgers University, NJ, U.S.||DIACC and the CCICADA seek to collaborate on the advancement of identity management, security, and data privacy research project and pilot innovation.||Details|
|Center for Information Assurance and Cybersecurity (CIAC) at the University of Washington, Washington State, U.S.||DIACC and UW CIAC seek to collaborate on the advancement of identity management, security, and data privacy research project and pilot innovation. This collaboration proudly supports the Cascadia Innovation Corridor.||Details|
|Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC)||The Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC) and DIACC seek to collaborate through the exchange of knowledge and expertise to advance the adoption of identity management, data privacy, and security innovation. The collaboration will be structured to allow both parties to accelerate the adoption of interoperable Digital Identity solutions and services, support adoption of the Pan-Canadian Trust Framework, to educate business, legal, and technical decision makers, and expand Canadians’ awareness on digital IDs and their multifaceted applications.||Details|