inBay to integrate VoiceTrust voice biometrics into authentication platform

October 26, 2017 - 

Authentication solutions developer inBay Technologies has partnered with VoiceTrust by integrating VoiceTrust’s voice biometric identification capabilities into inBay’s multi-factor ‘passwordless’ authentication solution.

inBay’s idQ TaaS is a highly reliable and scalable mutual identity assurance platform that enables companies to employ multi-level, multi-factor ‘passwordless’ authentication and delegated authorization solution.

“I’m excited to announce our collaboration with VoiceTrust,” said Shane Young, president and CEO of inBay. “This collaboration will see two complementary technologies enhance each company’s solution. It will let inBay add voice identification to our idQ Trust as a Service digital identity platform that delivers the first and only digital identity that cannot be stolen. Moreover, it will enable inBay to get a foothold in the European market.”

The ISO 9001 and Common Criteria certified VoiceTrust provides a range of multi-factor authentication solutions that securely and remotely verify the identity of their users.

The company’s voice, face and knowledge-based identity verification solutions are used by banks, insurance companies, call centers, hospitals, and telcos across North America, Europe, and the Middle East.

“We are looking forward to having our combined offering and collaboration with inBay assist us in extending our reach to new markets,” said Bettina Stearn, CEO of VoiceTrust. “inBay and VoiceTrust teams have designed a joint solution that adds voice biometrics to idQ Trust as a Service, and VoiceTrust now has a cybersecurity authentication extension of its offering to take to our existing and new clients in Europe, North America and around the world.”

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