Morpho releases integrated digital trust solution

September 30, 2015 - 

Morpho (Safran) has released an integrated digital trust solution spanning the entire range of identity usage, including identity checks, authentication, transaction security and secure archiving.

Using Morpho’s digital trust solution, service providers such as banks, insurance companies and government will be able to offer their users a secure and seamless experience throughout the entire digital service delivery process.

The electronic identity control solution enables users to easily register remotely for digital services, for example completing an online registration using biometric facial recognition and their smartphone.

As a result, users will be able to acquire and check identities quickly, securely and more cost-efficiently.

Organizations can then use this biometrics-based identity information to offer their customers a wide range of digital services, including confidential information access and exchange, fully electronic contracting, validation of sensitive operations and long-term data archiving.

“Once again, the digital transformation is picking up momentum across all sectors, opening up tremendous opportunities in terms of new added-value services for citizens and consumers, growth potential for companies and more efficient processes,” said Laurent Fournié, VP market development and solutions at Morpho’s digital security and authentication division. “However, this digital revolution will only succeed if exchanges are secured, privacy is protected and users trust the technologies. Morpho is responding to this challenge by designing the most comprehensive trusted platform available on the market.”

Once again, Morpho will be exhibiting its solutions at Les Assises de la Sécurité, held in Monaco on September 30 through October 3.

Previously reported, Morpho published a whitepaper detailing a recent partnership with AGNITIO in which it integrated AGNITIO’s voice biometrics engine into Morpho’s multi-biometric platform, MorphoBIS.

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