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Company Overview of SecureKey Technologies Inc.
SecureKey Technologies Inc. develops platform-as-a-service based hardware and software solutions for chip-based identity and payment technologies in online and mobile transactions. It offers Credential Brokerage Service, a cloud-based hub that eliminates password fatigue and enables the sign-in process for end users; eliminates the risks and costs associated with online authentication, password resetting, and credential security; and enables users leverage their existing banking, credit card, or other valued and protected sign-in process. The company also provides Strong Authentication, a cryptographic Applet or small portable software program that is deployed on chip-based or contactless ca...
36 York Mills Road
York Mills Centre
Toronto, ON M2P 2E9
Founded in 2008
Key Executives for SecureKey Technologies Inc.
Executive Vice President of Technology & Operations
Executive Vice President of Marketing
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.
SecureKey Technologies Inc. Key Developments
SecureKey Technologies Inc. Names Didier Serra as Executive Vice President for Global Partnerships
Dec 11 13
SecureKey Technologies Inc. appointed Didier Serra as executive vice president for global partnerships, reporting directly to Charles Walton, chief executive officer. In his new position, Serra will be responsible for defining and implementing SecureKey's partner and channel strategy as the company expands sales of its briidge.net platform and services. He will also be responsible for partner programs, partner support, co-marketing, and associated partner solution development activities. Prior to joining SecureKey, Serra was general manager and executive vice president of sales for North America at INSIDE Secure.
SecureKey Technologies Inc. Names Mick Martin as U.S. General Manager of Financial Services and Michael Ting as Vice President of Payments
Dec 5 13
SecureKey Technologies Inc. announced that it has named Mick Martin as U.S. general manager of financial services, and Michael Ting as vice president of payments. Mick Martin is a 27-year veteran of the financial services industry. He has managed high-performing teams across data, software, analytics, and professional services disciplines. Prior to joining SecureKey, he served as senior director of global accounts for Fair Isaac Corporation where he was responsible for strong revenue growth with CITI, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, AMEX, GE and other major financial institutions. Prior to that, he was executive vice president of sales and marketing for Experian, leading both the credit information and decision sciences divisions. Martin will be responsible for SecureKey's sales and support activities within the financial services industry vertical. Michael Ting joins SecureKey from oDesk, where he served as head of payment services. There, he oversaw more than $450 million in annual payment volume. He directed payment strategy and product initiatives while leading business development efforts with financial institutions and payment processing partners. Prior to oDesk, he served as director of online products at Obopay, a global firm providing comprehensive solutions for mobile payment. He was also an early member of the PayPal team as director of financial services until the company was acquired by eBay. At SecureKey, Ting will be responsible for defining, documenting, communicating, and executing payment solution plans for global markets.
SecureKey's Concierge Service Adds ING DIRECT as Trusted Sign-In Partner
Nov 26 13
SecureKey announced that ING DIRECT has become a Trusted Sign-In Partner participating in the SecureKey Concierge(TM) service. ING DIRECT clients are now able to securely access online services from the Government of Canada using their existing ING DIRECT login IDs and passwords instead of having to create and manage new authentication credentials. The SecureKey Concierge service brokers the authentication process between the individual, their bank, and the government online service, while keeping the individual's interactions with their bank and their government service provider both separate and private. The company is working to expand its portfolio of online services that will accept Sign-In Partner credentials to include many Canadian provincial and municipal government agencies, as well as some commercial entities.
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