[Manila, June 21, 2023] - Twala, a DOST-backed digital signature and digital identity startup is proud to announce the participation of its CEO, Jeffrey Reyes, at the Cloud Signature Consortium General Assembly held in Utrecht, Netherlands, on June 15-16. This global event brought together more than 50 esteemed companies from the digital signature, digital identity, and trust industry to discuss and advocate the importance of global interoperability, standards, and the future of trust services.
Twala's presence at the Cloud Signature Consortium General Assembly showcases the company's dedication to innovation and industry collaboration, backed by the support of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST). As a DOST-backed startup, Twala has received recognition for its cutting-edge digital signature solutions and its commitment to driving technological advancements in the Philippines.
The Cloud Signature Consortium is an influential industry organization that focuses on promoting global interoperability and standards in the delivery of trust services. Comprised of leading companies from the digital signature, digital identity, and trust industry worldwide, the consortium provides a platform for collaboration, knowledge sharing, and advocacy. Its members work together to advance the field and ensure the highest levels of security, reliability, and accessibility for digital signature solutions.
The Cloud Signature Consortium General Assembly served as a significant gathering for industry leaders to advocate for global interoperability and standards. By fostering interoperability, the consortium aims to facilitate seamless integration and compatibility among different digital signature solutions, enabling organizations and individuals to trustfully interact in the digital realm. Furthermore, the consortium's efforts in establishing standards ensure consistency, security, and trustworthiness across various platforms and industries.
During the assembly, participants engaged in thought-provoking discussions addressing the current challenges faced by the digital signature and trust industry. They explored the impact of emerging technologies, including quantum computing, distributed ledger technology (blockchain), and decentralized identity, on trust services. These discussions aimed to identify opportunities and potential solutions to strengthen security, enhance privacy, and maintain trust in the evolving digital landscape.
By participating in the Cloud Signature Consortium General Assembly, Twala further solidified its commitment to staying at the forefront of technological advancements and driving positive change within the digital signature, identity and trust ecosystem.
Twala is a DOST-backed digital signature and digital identity startup empowering organizations through its innovative trust services . With its robust technology and commitment to innovation, Twala offers user-friendly and legally compliant digital signature and identity solutions for businesses across various industries. Twala is dedicated to helping clients achieve increased efficiency, reduced costs, and enhanced security in their online transactions.
About Cloud Signature Consortium:
The Cloud Signature Consortium is an industry organization focused on promoting global interoperability and standards in trust services. Comprised of leading companies from the digital signature, digital identity, and trust industry worldwide, the consortium aims to foster collaboration, establish common standards, and advocate for the highest levels of security and reliability in digital signature solutions. Through its activities, the consortium drives innovation and ensures trustworthiness in the rapidly evolving digital landscape.