IDmission achieves ISO compliance in iBeta biometric spoof testing
IDmission’s biometric technologies that reduce false identity risk have achieved ISO compliance for ISO/IEC 30107-3 requirements, the company announced.
During the Presentation Attack Detection (PAD) test the company’s proprietary passive liveness detection technology was 100 percent compliant, while the iBeta Quality Assurance test revealed an error rate of 0 percent. IDmission selfie facial biometrics leverage anti-spoofing techniques to provide fraud detection and consumer identity verification for financial institutions.
IDmission says it is now one of the three global biometric companies that provide security, compatibility and interoperability at this level.
“As communication through technology continues to evolve, there is a growing urgency for reliable biometric data verification among financial institutions, insurance providers, healthcare providers, lenders, and other companies delivering online transactions to consumers. Biometric technology has become increasingly critical as a means for verifying consumer identities,” IDmission CEO Ashim Banerjee said in a prepared statement. “We have worked very hard to engineer a reliable solution that includes anti-spoofing techniques for institutions to use in identity verification processes.”
iBeta is a biometric testing lab recognized by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) for ISO 30107-3. To comply with ISO standards, biometric companies are extensively tested against various attack techniques by iBeta.
IDmission’s technology prevents false identity-related risks. To confirm identity and prevent fraud, the company uses security and passive liveness detection. The software has already been deployed by companies operating in finance, ecommerce, the sharing economy and regulated industries.
IDmission recently named Miles Busby as new Chief Revenue Officer to drive the company’s revenue operations and business development across the U.S. and internationally.