BioCatch to present at Visa Europe and Microsoft Ventures conferences
BioCatch announced it has been selected to present on stage at the Visa Europe Innovation Exchange, a one day conference to connect European corporate executives with Israeli startups.
Held on September 9 in Tel Aviv, the conference will take place on the same day as Microsoft Ventures Innovation Fest at DLD, an event at which BioCatch executives will also be presenting “Behavioral Biometrics – a Disruptive New Approach to Catching Fraudsters”.
In addition, BioCatch will be attending and speaking at several other events this fall including Cyber Security Management Forum For the Financial Sector on September 17-18 in London, UK; Latin America Bank Security Conference on October 15-16 in Panama City, Panama; CiConnect on October 21 in Mountain View, California; Payments UK Cyber Security and Fraud Seminar on Oct 27-28 in London, UK; and CyberCrime Symposium 2015 on November 5-6 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
“We are very proud to have been selected to present at these upcoming events,” said BioCatch CEO Ron Moritz. “The opportunity to share our expertise with industry professionals from around the world not only strengthens our position as the leader in our field, but will also allow us to highlight the ability of behavioral biometrics to provide protection from fraud for banks and ecommerce sites alike.”
The series of industry speaking opportunities follows the company’s significant analyst coverage.
The company was recently listed by Gartner as a vendor in several Hype Cycles, including Hype Cycle for Identity and Access Management Technologies, 2015 by Gregg Kreizman; Hype Cycle for Governance, Risk and Compliance Technologies, 2015 by Gregg Kreizman; Hype Cycle for Human-Machine Interface, 2015 by Werner Goertz and Megan Reinhart; and Hype Cycle for Enterprise Mobile Security, 2015 by Dionisio Zumerle and John Girard.
“BioCatch is especially proud to be included in The Hype Cycle for Human-Machine Interface (HMI), a new Category identified by Gartner this year,” said Moritz. “As HMI is becoming largely mobile, we will continue to look for ways to assist our customers in implementing the most secure authentication methods through the use of our behavioral biometric technology.”
Previously reported, BioCatch was granted two new patents relating to behavioral biometrics, including one for its “Invisible Challenge” hidden tests and another covering biometric authentication for mobile devices