iBeta adds biometric presentation attack detection testing
iBeta Quality Assurance announced the expansion of its biometric security testing capabilities by adding biometric presentation attack detection (PAD) per ISO/IEC 30107-3.
ISO/IEC 30107-3 addresses techniques for the detection of presentation attacks. A presentation attack occurs when an artefact is presented to a biometric capture device to gain access as an imposter or conceal identity to evade a watch list.
“With this accreditation, iBeta is able to spoof and liveness test biometric modalities and document our results to provide end users with an indication as to how susceptible the system is to bad actors,” explained Dr. Kevin Wilson, Director of Biometrics at iBeta. “Customers that engage iBeta’s services will receive an independent 3rd party assessment of their strength against presentation attacks.”
iBeta is the only company accredited by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) National Voluntary Laboratory Accreditation Program (NVLAP) for biometric test procedures in accordance with ISO/IEC 17025. Its biometric testing services for all biometric modalities can provide certification and help companies meet standards for FAR and FRR to ensure security and a low-friction user experience.
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