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FaceTec’s 3D face liveness detection added to Jumio’s identity verification suite

 

Jumio has added FaceTec’s ZoOm 3D Face Liveness Detection to its online identity verification suite.

According to today’s announcement, ZoOm’s capabilities improve the security, speed and user experience for liveness detection of new users, providing an additional layer of assurance and fraud prevention for digital businesses during the account creation process. This helps Jumio deliver a more definitive “yes” or “no” decision to its business customers on an identity verification transaction.

While Jumio has long offered liveness detection as part of its Netverify Identity Verification for both mobile and desktop users, it adopted and integrated FaceTec ZoOm 3D Face Liveness Detection to better prevent fraudsters using spoofing attacks to acquire someone else’s privileges or access rights. “In our tests, ZoOm quickly distinguished itself as the segment leader,” explained Philipp Pointner, chief product officer of Jumio. “The interface is intuitive and the liveness detection AI is by far the strongest we have ever seen.”

FaceTec’s ZoOm 3D Face Login recently achieved a Level 1 rating in the NIST/NVLAP-certified iBeta Presentation Attack Detection (PAD) Certification test, detecting 100 percent of spoof attempts during the test for compliance with the ISO 30107-3 global standard.

“In addition to its anti-spoofing detection capabilities, FaceTec’s liveness detection offers some very tangible benefits in terms of a more streamlined user experience and omnichannel support,” added Stephen Stuut, CEO of Jumio. “This integration improves the quality of Jumio’s identity verification process which, in turn, provides a better onboarding experience and dramatically reduces the number of manual reviews performed by our business customers.”

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