Zoloz biometric authentication system compliant with ISO presentation attack detection standard

Zoloz biometric authentication system compliant with ISO presentation attack detection standard

Zoloz has been confirmed as Presentation Attack Detection (PAD) Level 1 and Level 2-compliant in accordance with the ISO 30107-3 standards for its biometric technology in testing by iBeta, the company announced.

“This ISO certification recognized the resilience of Zoloz’s biometric authentication system, which has an accuracy rate of up to 99.99 percent,” said Chen Jidong, Zoloz general manager, in a prepared statement. “With this financial-grade technology, Zoloz is committed to providing banks and financial institutions with efficient e-KYC solutions that greatly reduce the complexity of identity verification and authentication processes.”

The test replicated a spoofing attempt of Zoloz biometric authentication system with photos, videos and plastic masks. The company claims its technology achieved an attack presentation classification error rate (APCER) of 0 percent.

Zoloz is an Ant Financial company which rebranded from EyeVerify in 2017, offering an e-KYC system that leverages multi-modal biometrics, and completes the verification process via ID and facial scans, only requiring a smartphone and an ID. It has already been implemented by banks and financial institutions, including e-wallets such as TnGD in Malaysia, GCash in the Philippines, Dana in Indonesia and TrueMoney in Thailand.

Zoloz is currently among the four companies that have achieved ISO 30107-3 Level 2 compliance for their biometric technologies through iBeta. Its technology has also been certified in accordance to Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI-DSS) and ISO 27001 Information Security Management standards.

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