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Ipsidy upgrades biometric IDaaS platform to authenticate North American driver’s licenses


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Ipsidy has upgraded its biometric digital identity verification tool with an automated, algorithm-based driver’s license authentication service for U.S., Canadian, and Mexican driver’s licenses, the company announced.

Biometric digital identity verification for onboarding prevents fraud and identity theft. Upgraded with driver’s license authentication, Ipsidy’s Proof ensures remote, biometric identity and credential authenticity for North America. The IDaaS platform provides mobile identity document capture, confirms liveness and uses biometric facial recognition to match the government ID to a selfie. It secures customer and employee onboarding in financial services, tele-medicine, e-commerce, the sale of age-restricted products, and in both online and offline marketplaces.

“Knowing when and where your customers access your systems to transact and preventing their accounts from being accessed by anyone pretending to be them, are the keys to establishing security and trust in today’s digital and remote world,” said Phillip Kumnick CEO of Ipsidy, in a prepared statement. “With the addition of North American driver’s license authentication to our mobile facial biometric solutions, Ipsidy can help financial service, e-commerce, healthcare and gig-economy providers onboard customers and verify their presence with ease, all while ensuring user accounts cannot be compromised by account takeover or identity fraud.”

Ipsidy was recently chosen by Australian company PharmacyID to develop a mobile biometric identity verification solution with high assurance for the Australian market.

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