Remme and Ubisecure partner to enhance identity management with blockchain

Remme, a developer of the distributed Public Key Infrastructure (PKId) protocol and PKI-enabled apps, announced it has joined forces with customer identity management company Ubisecure. The initiative opens opportunities for both companies, as they seek to develop products that are suited to the demands of the rapidly evolving identity landscape.

The partnership between the two companies is already bearing fruit thanks to a major Proof of concept (PoC) currently underway. The identity solution PoC involves a large Fortune 100 company seeking to bridge identity standards to DLT for blockchain-based Identity & Access Management (IAM) services.

Ubisecure provides developers with a full stack API and toolkits to build secure, seamless customer experiences for their users. Ubisecure’s track record for simplifying customer identity without compromising on security complements Remme’s own work within the DLT sector, which operates to similar principles.

“Remme and Ubisecure are confident that through working together to solve the identity management and security challenges faced by enterprises, we can drive greater efficiencies and expedite the implementation of DLT-based identity management products, while retaining the simplicity that makes for a positive customer experience. Our two companies will release further details on the outcome of the PoC and further collaborations based around identity management with DLT in the near future”

Alex Momot, Founder and CEO, Remme

Blockchain has the potential to solve several authentication issues:

“Our proven Identity Platform provides rich capabilities to bridge Remme’s deep DLT stack to the standards-based identity world. This strategic partnership cuts through the usual blockchain hyperbole by making a material step forward to help deliver the true potential and benefits of DLT in identity management.”

Simon Wood, CEO, Ubisecure

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