Simple. Convenient. Secure.
The privacy-enhancing SecureKey Concierge Service™ is a next generation authentication network for conveniently connecting people to critical online services using their secure banking credentials they already have and trust.
Staying Safe from Phishing and Fraud
SecureKey’s services are designed to keep you safe and secure.
We will never send you an unprompted email or text message to log-in to services using SecureKey Conceirge.
SecureKey Concierge is Secure
Our trusted Sign-In Partners – including some of the largest financial institutions in Canada – maintain industry-leading solutions to help protect you against fraud and identity theft.
We respect your privacy
No passwords or personal information (i.e.: name, address, date of birth, etc.) are exchanged. Your Sign-In Partner won’t know which government service you’re accessing and the government won’t know which Sign-In Partner you’re using.
How does it work?
SecureKey Concierge is Simple, Convenient, and Secure. When visiting a government services website that offers SecureKey Concierge, select the “Sign-In Partner Login” option. Choose your bank and login as usual.
Look for the SecureKey Concierge “Sign-In Partner Login” option whenever you sign in to your favourite Government of Canada service.
View your tax information and returns, apply for the Child Tax Benefit, review your TFSA transaction details, check your RRSP account and see your CPP statement … all using the same bank log-in you know and trust. Best of all, it’s free!
ITIL / ITSM specialist – Incident Manager SecureKey is a leading identity and authentication provider that simplifies consumer access to online services and applications. SecureKey enables next generation privacy-enhancing identity and authentication networks for conveniently connecting people to critical online
This week I had the opportunity to speak at the 2017 IdentityNORTH conference in Toronto. It was a great opportunity to bring together leaders from various organizations, including CIBC and the Government of New Brunswick, and discuss how new technologies
We’re all guilty of it. I must admit, it’s tempting to use the same login credentials across all of the online services that I use, for the sole purpose that it’s what is most convenient and easy as a consumer.