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Veridium to offer multi-factor biometric authentication through AWS Partner Network

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Veridium has joined the AWS Partner Network (APN) as a Select Technology Partner to offer multi-factor biometric authentication to and facilitate strategic relationships with the cloud platform’s financial service and fintech customers.

Joining APN gives Veridium access to a global network with a range of tools, training, and support for enterprises to build solutions with, according to Veridium Chief Product Officer John Spencer, and delivers the usual cost efficiencies of migrating an application to the cloud, along with flexibility and simplicity. The company says its platform integrates with heterogenous applications on-premises and in the cloud.

Enterprise customers can use Veridium’s multi-factor authentication platform for employee, consumer, and transaction verification with facial, fingerprint, or behavioral biometrics, a digital mobile-first approach, and streamlined integration into digital services and applications, according to the announcement.

“In the same way the App Store brought simplicity for the distribution of apps on mobile devices, the AWS Marketplace greatly simplifies the process for businesses wishing to integrate Veridium’s authentication platform,” Spencer comments. “Now the thousands of companies in AWS Marketplace wishing to integrate Veridium’s solutions can do so without in-house technical expertise, greatly simplifying the customer onboarding experience with a readymade application available at the click of a button.”

The authentication platform from Veridium is now available in the AWS Marketplace.

Veridium CTO John Callahan led an effort to complete a framework for “Principles of Self-Sovereign Biometrics” at Internet Identity Workshop XXIX in October.

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