ID R&D voice biometrics selected for FacePhi’s new mobile security solution

ID R&D voice biometrics selected for FacePhi’s new mobile security solution

FacePhi has selected IDVoice by ID R&D to be integrated into its new mobile security solution inPhinite, making ID R&D’s voice biometrics technology available to FacePhi’s 6 million users.

According to the announcement, ID R&D’s voice biometrics technology will comprise an essential part of inPhinite, a unique tool that combines facial, optical, fingerprint, signature, and voice recognition capabilities. The ID R&D IDVoice solution will be integrated into PhiVox, which can deliver voice recognition within 0.2 seconds and can be used for banking call center management and for the application of voice-related services.

“By integrating ID R&D’s voice biometrics technology into inPhinite, FacePhi can offer the industry’s most robust voice authentication to millions of users,” explained Javier Mira, FacePhi CEO. “The unrivalled speed and accuracy of ID R&D’s technology made it a simple choice for us and we look forward to offering our customers a truly unique and zero-risk security solution.”

“The combination of unparalleled security and zero-effort user experience is the focus of our biometrics research,“ added Alexey Khitrov, CEO of ID R&D. “We are certainly happy with the growing number of financial services companies choosing ID R&D biometrics for continuous or one-time authentication. Our award-winning voice biometrics technology complements the high standards FacePhi adheres to. And we’re happy to have been selected to contribute to the inPhinite solution and expand our reach further into the fintech market.”

ID R&D Chief Science Officer and co-founder Konstantin Simonchik recently spoke with Biometric Update about how the company is developing biometric technologies that minimize the user experience, or eliminate it altogether, without compromising on security.

Related Posts

Article Topics

 |   |   |   | 

Comments

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Most Read This Week

Biometrics Research Group

Biometrics White Papers

Biometrics Events

Explaining Biometrics