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Jumio launches fully automated identity verification solution with FaceTec biometrics


Jumio has launched a new real-time, fully automated biometric identity verification technology designed to remove friction from the onboarding process while fighting sophisticated fraud and spoofing attacks, including bots and deepfakes, with certified liveness detection.

The new Jumio Go features FaceTec’s ZoOm 3D face authentication and liveness detection certified according to NIST standards by iBeta.

Key benefits of Jumio Go include unrivaled identity verification speed, with its state-of-the-art artificial intelligence, optical character recognition (OCR) and biometrics, as well as data-driven AI leveraging massive production data sets, according to the announcement. Jumio also says it supports more than 500 ID types from around the world to help enterprises scale to serve international markets, and omnichannel implementations with its mobile SDK, mobile web, desktop and cloud API options.

“Given Jumio’s AI expertise, machine learning models and massive verification datasets, launching a fully automated solution was always a question of when, rather than if,” said Robert Prigge, Jumio president. “Jumio Go leverages the power of big data and big AI to equip modern enterprises with instant online identity verification that delivers a simple and intuitive experience for good customers. Just as importantly, Jumio Go prevents bad actors and bots from creating fake accounts thanks to our embedded liveness detection, which is a powerful deterrent for fraudsters and cybercriminals.”

The company is launching Jumio Go with a beta release to give customers an early look, and plans to gather customer feedback to refine the solution.

Jumio was recently named as a “Representative Vendor” for the Identity Proofing and Corroboration market by Gartner in recognition of its Jumio Identity Verification hybrid AI and human review product. Jumio Go now provides a completely automated option for Jumio customers.

The company is demonstrating its Jumio Go at Money 20/20 USA in Las Vegas this week.

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