Decentralized Identity
For Government

Create trusted digital relationships between citizens and government services.

Increase Security & Privacy

Protect constituent records and personal information with state-of-the-art cryptography.

Improve Citizen Experiences

Usher in a new era of citizen engagement by delivering personalized digital services directly to individuals.

Drive Administrative Efficiencies

Minimize the cost, time, and bureaucracy involved in issuing and verifying digital credentials.

Manage Citizen Credentials

Digitalize passports, driver’s licenses, and other government records to enable individuals to securely verify their citizenship.

Empower Citizens with Portable Digital Identity

Offer citizens a Proof of Identity that transcends physical archives and databases.

Stimulate the Digital Economy

Create an underlying framework of trust that enables new business models and innovations.

Case Studies

Verifiable Organizations Network
Alberta
Homeland Security

The Verifiable Organizations Network

A joint effort between the Canadian Provinces of British Columbia and Ontario, the Verifiable Organizations Network (VON) was launched to improve the way governments and their citizens find, issue, store and share trustworthy data about organizations—locally and around the globe.

The program’s first services, OrgBook BC and Ontario’s Verifiable Businesses, are already in production, leveraging Sovrin, Hyperledger Indy, and Evernym.

The Alberta Credentials Exchange

Evernym is proud to work with ATB Financial and the Canadian cities of Edmonton and Calgary to organize the Alberta Credentials Ecosystem, the world’s first truly decentralized, multi-sector credential ecosystem. The initiative brings together governments, universities, and businesses across the Province of Alberta under the mission of bringing self-sovereign identity to all Albertans.

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) contracted Evernym to develop a Decentralized Key Management System (DKMS), or an easy-to-use, decentralized mechanism for managing public and private keys needed for the secure and scalable deployment of blockchain technologies. The code has since been made open-source through Hyperledger Aries.

In the original announcement, Anil John of the DHS’s Science & Technology Directorate commented: “Managing public and private cryptographic keys in existing public key infrastructure as well as permissioned and permission-less blockchains continues to be a difficult challenge. Through this project, Evernym will push the limits of the emerging decentralized key management system technology to deliver a high level of comfort to the public and American businesses as they integrate blockchain technologies into their technology portfolio.”

Why the time is right for decentralized ID

By the numbers
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The average cost of a data breach in the public sector
- Ponemon
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Of people trust governments with their personal information
- SAS
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The amount cyber hacks cost the U.S. economy in 2016
- The Council of Economic Advisers
A Little About Evernym

How We Work With Government Offices & Services

With a surge of new regulations, including GDPR and KYC, governments have been the catalysts for redefining how organizations handle issues of trust and privacy. Over the last several years, we’ve seen pioneers emerge from local and federal governments alike, and we’ve created our Early-Access Packages as a way to help them leverage decentralized capabilities to unlock economic growth and enable new citizen relationships.

By working with Evernym, customers get access to:

  • Expert helping crafting a tailored use case and proof-of-concept
  • Cutting-edge tools and quick-start packages
  • Access to exclusive resources, events, and content
  • Tailored learning tracks
  • Online learning and community collaboration
  • Connections across an ecosystem of public and private sector innovators

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