Biometric Signature ID statistics show reduced resets with gesture authentication
Biometric Signature ID (BSI) has released statistics for six accounts that deployed its secure gesture biometric solution BioSig-ID to protect and authenticate the identity of 415,000 users, showing significantly reduced manual password resets, presumably indicating employee productivity improvements and reduced costs.
BSI leverages proprietary AI forensics to classify users’ manual help-desk requests for password reset, and found that a low rate of less than 0.07 percent solicited a password reset after validating more than 8.8 million times.
“We are very excited about these latest outstanding statistics. With these astonishing low rates of help-desk calls, we are saving our clients significant time and costs. Perhaps the biggest savings are from the positive user experiences and increased productivity. Surveys with first-time users confirmed a 98 percent positive experience with 48 percent finding use of BioSig-ID was ‘Entertaining,’” said Jeff Maynard, CEO and founder of Biometric Signature ID. “Our AI also picks up ‘Risk signals’ in real-time from human biometrics and non-human patterns to identify imposters both at login and during the session.”
Password resets provide insight into how well users receive the solution. The company claims BioSig-ID has a low level of resets, which confirms it is user-friendly. BioSig-ID works on all devices and does not require a smartphone as a factor to verify ID and secure device access.
In January, Biometric Signature ID partnered with Japanese company Tis Intec Group to integrate BSI’s gesture-based biometric signature ID in VR payment systems for a secure and frictionless experience.