KeyLemon provides eProktor with biometric ID tools for proof of continuous online class attendance

September 10, 2014 - 

KeyLemon announced that eProktor is using its biometric ID and motion analysis technologies to provide proof of continuous online class attendance and test proctoring.

“Business training, professional certification and test proctoring make up a multi-billion dollar market,” said Chett Paulsen, CEO of eProktor, “In this market current practices require in-person attendance which is both costly and inconvenient. Furthermore, online webcam proctoring using live people as monitors just cannot scale.”

KeyLemon’s biometric ID provides enhanced security, rapid access and continuous verification, enabling eProktor’s clients to use their face to verify their identity.

In doing so, eProktor meets Federal regulations, state licensing and accredited learning requirements for more strict proof of identity and attendance.

For test proctoring, eProktor not only scales allowing customers to monitor more than 2000 simultaneous test takers, but also costs significantly less than human interface powered solutions.

eProktor monitors all individuals 100% of the time throughout the test period, and then records any discrepancies and grades the student accordingly.

These solutions can be customized for corporate training, higher education and certification programs, which ultimately maintain the integrity of accredited courses by meeting compliance with HIPPA, OSHA or court ordered class attendance.

“The emergence of the cloud as a convenient, cost effective solution for more than 1.1 billion people worldwide to share data, earn degrees and comply with government regulations requires better methods of verifying identity than passwords,” said Anthony Gioeli, VP of sales and marketing for KeyLemon. “Adding the ability to continuously verify identity and attendance without interrupting work flow provides a greater level of confidence in anything offered, earned or shared online.”

KeyLemon’s biometric security solutions verify users through a combination of unique facial data and proprietary anti-spoofing tactics.

The technology can be integrated into any system or application to provide seamless and secure access to devices, online services and financial transactions.

In related news, KeyLemon recently joined the Blackboard Partnerships Program to include its facial recognition in Blackboard’s online education solution.

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