Easy Solutions improves biometric solution, integrates face and voice recognition

September 1, 2016 - 

Easy Solutions has partnered with voice engine firm Auraya Systems Pty Ltd and face recognition firm FacePhi, as well as integrating their respective technologies with the company’s authentication framework.

After announcing support for biometrics earlier this year, Easy Solutions is making it easier for existing and prospective clients to deploy biometric authentication.

Auraya Systems’ ArmorVox voice recognition technologies have been deployed in Canada, the United States, the UK, Australia, New Zealand and Germany.

Meanwhile, FacePhi has been deployed in the financial sector in 18 different countries across banking and private and public sectors.

“The biometric component of our multi-layered approach to fraud protection allows organizations to establish trusted identity online with minimum friction, balancing both convenience and security,” said Ricardo Villadiego, CEO of Easy Solutions. “As we predicted earlier this year, biometric technologies are the next wave of strong, efficient authentication solutions. Auraya and FacePhi are proven technologies that have been adopted globally, and we are proud to team with them to offer the best-in-class user authentication solution available in the anti-fraud market today.”

Easy Solutions authentication mobile SDK allows organizations to embed in-app biometric authentication capabilities directly into their mobile app.

Using the authentication mobile SDK, organizations can offer consumers the ability to authenticate their identity by taking a selfie or repeating a voice passphrase.

Biometric authentication can be combined with other layered security to provide consumers with a rapid and expedient method to complete secure transactions on a mobile device, providing a high level of security and consumer convenience.

By integrating Armorvox and FacePhi technologies into its authentication platform, Easy Solutions enables customers to benefit from biometrics technology built directly into their banking, financial services and other applications.

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