CGI Certificate
WISeKey Pledges Commitment to the Clinton Global Initiative to providing the necessary identity management and transaction platform to enable a new approach of cash flow management to reduce operations costs, intermediaries and other sources which result in the loss of aid, remittances and micro-credit initiatives, as well as to increase the awareness and control capability of those providing the funds. WISeKey will report to President Clinton on the progress made on the NETeID initiative throughout the course of the year.

WISeKey, in cooperation with the OISTE, will help reduce the gap between the new Digital Identification Divide in less developed countries and emerging economies by creating the infrastructure that will make a de-facto global digital identity community of 1 billion digital identity users while providing equitable and meaningful access to digital information technology.

“I am delighted that we can further the impact of reducing the gap between the new Digital Identification Divide through involvement with the Clinton Initiative. CGI is an event that brings together world leaders to discuss and develop workable solutions to some of the world’s most pressing challenges” said Carlos Moreira, Founder and CEO WISeKey SA.

WISeKey is committed to providing the necessary identity management and transaction platform to enable a new approach of cash flow management to reduce operations costs, intermediaries and other sources which result in the loss of aid, remittances and micro-credit initiatives, as well as to increase the awareness and control capability of those providing the funds. WISeKey and the OISTE Foundation developed for this commitment the NETeID Social Network. The NETeID System was designed as a set of online tools intended to empower poor and excluded people around the world to access via their digital identities different sources of assistances and interventions. The system is designed to constitute a global social network that pulls data from all tools into one easy-to-manage web interface which will include a combination of digital identity, security, privacy, web access, blogging and remittances services. Enabling the poor to access the NETeID Social Network may bring them information and services to empower them to become confident, productive members of a healthy society.

WISeKey’s Full Commitment 2007 (Increasing Digital Connectivity for the Poor) >>