Telesign launches Behavior ID to prevent online account takeover

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Mobile identity solutions provider TeleSign, recently announced its software development kit (SDK),TeleSign Behavior ID. The product enables web and mobile applications to measure and analyse a user's behavioural biometrics and provide continuous authentication. This continuous authentication works, even after the user has been verified with traditional security measures such as passwords. TeleSign works behind-the-scenes to collect and evaluate behaviours such as mouse dynamics, keystrokes, graphical user interface (GUI) interaction and the way you behave online. It then uses behavioural algorithms to establish your unique profile.


Webinar: How AI-Based, Zero-Effort Authentication is Changing the Customer Experience

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With access to mountains of data -- scoured, analyzed, and made actionable thanks to Artificial Intelligence, machine learning, and neural networking -- enterprise organizations are staking their claim on seamless, context-aware customer interactions as a business differentiator. New authentication technologies in personalized digital self-service can help deliver security, fraud prevention, and have a demonstrable impact on an enterprise's bottom line. Indeed "zero-effort authentication" enables intelligent automation, reduced customer effort (no more PINs and passwords), reduced call handling time, and improved confidence in security. Enterprises are building zero-effort authentication strategies for maximum return on investment and increased customer loyalty. In this on-demand webinar, Ravin Sanjith (Intelligent Authentication, Opus Research) and Alexey Khitrov (CEO, ID R&D) will discuss how zero-effort authentication in voice-centric channels leverage AI and the latest advancements in speech processing and multi-modal biometrics.


Biometric Authentication Provides Body of Evidence - Nanalyze

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If you're as plugged in as we are, then you probably have something like 150 online accounts. That means you probably have 150 variations of the same half-dozen login names and passwords. And chances are, you've gotten a message from a friend in the last few months telling you that it looks like you got hacked again, after he received email spam to enlarge an embarrassingly small body part. Well, we think the days of the alphanumeric password are numbered. The age of biometric authentication is dawning.


Biometric Authentication Provides Body of Evidence

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If you're as plugged in a we are, then you probably have something like 150 online accounts. That means you probably have 150 variations of the same half-dozen login names and passwords. And chances are you've gotten a message from a friend in the last few months telling you that it looks like you got hacked again, after he received email spam to enlarge an embarrassingly small body part. Well, we think the days of the alphanumeric password are numbered. The age of biometric authentication is dawning.


Guest comment: The death of the password is upon us Netimperative - latest digital marketing news

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Four fifths of consumers believe biometrics are more secure than traditional user names and passwords. Patrick Salyer, CEO of customer identity management expert Gigya, believes now is the time for brands to move away from what is quickly becoming an archaic form of authentication and embrace new technologies. Technology has afforded consumers terrific conveniences, and with that, consumer patience has gradually dwindled. We now expect frictionless, real-time access to information, applications and networks. In light of the emphasis on convenience and the consumer experience, the traditional password is losing its foothold as the standard in authentication.