Gartner recognizes ID R&D’s innovation in biometric user authentication second year in a row

Gartner recognizes ID R&D’s innovation in biometric user authentication second year in a row

ID R&D has once again been included in Gartner’s 2020 Market Guide for User Authentication, which recognizes the company for excellence in biometric voice, face and behavioral user authentication and anti-spoofing technology, the company announced.

“We are honored to be recognized once again in Gartner’s Market Guide for User Authentication. ID R&D has worked diligently to deliver products that eliminate the need for enterprises to sacrifice user experience to fight rising cyber threats,” said ID R&D President Alexey Khitrov in a prepared statement. “We know that customers put a high priority on convenience. Unfortunately, many authentication solutions are far from convenient, and this puts both the enterprise and end user at risk. ID R&D products enable stronger security and protect against fraud with significantly lower customer effort.”

ID R&D’s frictionless voice and face biometric security supports various interaction channels such as mobile, web, call center, virtual assistants, chatbots, physical access checkpoints, kiosks, and ATMs, among others.

Customers can prevent fraud through frictionless voice anti-spoofing and passive facial liveness, and solve abandonment during onboarding and mobile application authentication. The systems can be used independently or together for enhanced accuracy. Companies can easily install 2FA based on voice and face biometrics, according to ID R&D.

In the second quarter of its fiscal 2020 year, ID R&D has reported three times more customer signups than in the same period of the previous year, as well as doubling staff members to handle high demands.

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