Zighra patents AI-powered continuous authentication platform
Identity defense platform developer Zighra has been granted its first-ever patent for the company’s AI-powered continuous authentication platform through the U.S. patent office.
Zighra plans to create a significant IP portfolio in the authentication space in an effort to become the new standard for AI-powered continuous authentication worldwide.
The patent covers the technology for Zighra’s high-speed AI engine, specifically protecting its ability to generate a cognitive signature to authenticate each user through sensor-based intelligence obtained from six distinct layers of data.
The lightweight technology can be extended significantly to provide an N-dimensional approach to authentication in verticals such as IoT and autonomous vehicles.
Using deep learning algorithms, Zighra enables the platform to be more accurate and faster than the traditional linear machine learning algorithms currently available.
“With every new technological achievement comes a new series of threats,” said Zighra CEO, Deepak Dutt. “Protection levels need to be accurate, intuitive, multi-faceted and frictionless, to enable users to focus on living their lives and conducting their business, rather than protecting their identities and assets.”
Zighra’s AI-powered continuous authentication and fraud detection platform tracks 500-plus human and static traits including device, network, social, location, behavioral and biometric intelligence, as well as human-machine interactions.
The company’s technology delivers optimal, yet frictionless security experience for users of over 700 device types and learns dynamically.