Crossmatch adds BehavioSec behavioural biometrics to DigitalPersona enterprise security application

Crossmatch has partnered with BehavioSec to integrate behavioural biometrics into its DigitalPersona 2.3 composite authentication solution, the companies announced Monday. BehavioSec’s keyboard capture product is incorporated as an extra authentication layer in DigitalPersona 2.3, in addition to the one-time passwords, PIN, contact or contactless cards and fingerprints which were already available as authentication factors for customizable solutions based on the organization’s preference. “We selected BehavioSec’s platform because they are singularly focused on behavioral biometrics and have well-established and proven technology

BehavioSec behavioral biometrics solution integrated into Kount fraud platform

BehavioSechas partnered with Kount to integrate its behavioral biometric technology into Kount’s fraud management platform. Kount’s fraud prevention services enable online merchants increase sales and decrease losses associated with fraud. The company reviews billions of transactions and protects several internationally-renowned brands, preventing customers from fraud attacks through the constant development of patented technologies and strategic partnerships. “It is clear that to achieve true digitalization of our everyday transactions, we need to automate and combat online fraud through a layered and

Appdome for BehavioSec enables mobile biometric authentication

Appdome has partnered with BehavioSec to deliver Appdome for BehavioSec, which enables mobile developers and mobility professionals to rapidly integrate advanced biometric and behavior based authentication solutions with current mobile apps without any code changes. BehavioSec’s behavioral biometrics solution works in real time, preventing fraudulent activity and attacks by verifying end users by their unique patterns while handling their device. The technology captures specific user information, analyzing details of the user’s keystrokes, press and sequence, as well as their device

NetGuardians, BehavioSec to provide behavioral biometric technologies

NetGuardians and BehavioSec are partnering to leverage their complementary technologies to provide comprehensive fraud protection to both financial institutions and their clients around the world. NetGuardians specializes in user behavior analytics and profiling to implement controls for fraud and compliance issues, while BehavioSec’s behavioral biometric technology analyzes behaviors at the user transaction level and alerts the organization of any behavior changes that signal misuse. Through their new joint offering, the companies will enable financial institutions to protect clients by statistically

Biometrics industry insight, ID4Africa and behavioral analytics trending this week

Here is a recap of the most popular biometrics industry news that appeared on BiometricUpdate.com this past week. Industry insight Biometric Update had the opportunity recently to speak with MorphoTrust USA CEO Robert Eckel about the future of the biometrics industry as well as the role in which MorphoTrust expects to play in shaping the industry over the next five to ten years. MorphoTrust USA is a provider of large scale identity enrollment services, biometric technologies and secure ID/credentialing solutions.

Unisys and BehavioSec behavioral biometric prototype for Nationwide wins award

Unisys Corporation announced that its client Nationwide Building Society has been recognized with the Retail Banking Security Innovation of the Year award for a behavioral biometrics prototype it developed with Unisys and BehavioSec to enhance security and user experience for mobile banking customers. Recognized at the Retail Banking Conference & Awards event on May 19, the prototype analyzes the user’s physical usage patterns on a smartphone or tablet to establish uniquely identifiable behavioral profiles. These usage patterns can include the

Biometrics in financial services, online authentication, privacy and access control trending this week

Here is a recap of the most popular biometrics industry news that appeared on BiometricUpdate.com this past week. Financial services The Japanese government will test a biometrics-based payment system this summer that will see foreign tourists able to verify their identity and make purchases using only their fingerprints. The pilot project will have inbound tourists register their fingerprints and other data, such as credit card information, at airports. Tourists will then be able to conduct tax exemption procedures and make

Nationwide mobile banking app uses behavioral biometrics

Nationwide is working in partnership with BehavioSec and Unisys on a mobile banking app that uses behavioral biometrics for continuous authentication. The application scores users based on the way they use their phone or tablet. Behavior is being used as a way of authenticating payments made within an app as an extra layer of security. According to a report by the Belfast Telegraph, the prototype is still in the early stages, but the bank says it eventually could be used

TeleSign to add BehavioSec behavioral biometrics capabilities to mobile ID products

Mobile identity solutions firm TeleSign has partnered with BehavioSec to offer its behavioral biometrics solutions for multi-layered authentication and verification. The partnership will see TeleSign’s mobile identity solutions introduce new capabilities for securing end-user accounts, preventing fraud and delivering continuous user verification and assurance. TeleSign will leverage BehavioSec-developed behavioral biometrics technology, which monitors and analyzes keystrokes, mouse movements and touch-based input on mobile devices to strengthen its existing verification solutions. BehavioSec’s solutions will help expand TeleSign’s continuous verification capabilities within

SecureAuth partners with BehavioSec to offer behavioral biometrics capability

SecureAuth Corporation announced it will add BehavioSec-developed behavioral biometrics capability that performs keystroke analysis, mouse movement analysis, and touch based analysis on mobile devices to its SecureAuth IdP solution. As a result, SecureAuth customers will be able to add a continuous verification capability to their own web and mobile applications. An individual’s unique behavioural biometric pattern is affected by social and psychological factors, which makes it nearly impossible to duplicate or emulate another person’s behavior in front of the computer.