Because
identities are
worth protecting.

Keyp identityOS –
an open identity
factor federation

 

Because we need technology to explicitly identify customers, employees, partners, machines and devices in a digital world.

Because we need one common identity infrastructure that does not result in one centralistic database.

Because we need one common operating system for digital identities.

Keyp enables enterprises to authenticate or register users through highly secure multi-factor identity verification.

Introducing the first parts of the Keyp Suite: the Keyp Login Manager, Keyp Wallet App & Keyp SDKs (Developer SDK & Connector SDK).

To the Keyp Suite

 

For Companies

For Partners

For Developers

Next generation
identity infrastructure

Keyp is the next generation identity infrastructure developed with three core objectives in mind:

Next generation
identity infrastructure

Keyp is the next generation identity infrastructure developed with three core objectives in mind:

 

1. Privacy by Design

2. Security by Design

3. Agility by Design

These core objectives make Keyp an open, decentral SSO identity factor federation, while we also put a specific focus on usability and UX. But that‘s the technical description. And that‘s why we simply call it:

identityOS.

Privacy by Design

Decentralized user-centric identity storage enabling self-sovereignty over digital identity factors

 

Security by Design

True multi-factor identity verification that can be tailored to each use case individually

Agility by Design

Open infrastructure for federated identity factors enabling a universal SSO web and mobile user experience

Digital Information can be protected from damage, tampering, loss and theft, with cutting-edge authentication and security protocols. 

World Economic Forum, A Blueprint for Digital Identity

Thanks for the warm introduction World Economic Forum!

It’s time the solution to “one of the biggest technological global risks” – namely data theft & fraud – is introduced to the world. Keyp is the European, open, flexible, decentral and convenient answer to the question on how digital identities are handled in the future – precisely not a monopolistically driven approach but an open identity infrastructure.