iProov biometrics and Socure digital identity business growth recognized by Deloitte
iProov has cracked the top five on Deloitte’s 2020 UK Technology Fast 50 list with a 6,351 percent growth rate in sales of its biometric technology during the four-year period considered.
The company’s Genuine Presence Assurance technology is used by enterprises and governments around the world, according to the announcement.
“We at iProov are absolutely delighted to be recognized in this way. It’s a huge tribute to the iProov team, in London, Washington DC and Singapore, which has risen so successfully to the many challenge of fast growth and leadership in our rapidly expanding market,” states iProov CEO Andrew Bud. “The need for online identity verification is greater now than ever before. iProov is supporting an ever-increasing number of businesses and governments around the world, who are using biometric authentication to give customers and citizens secure, simple access to digital services. Face verification removes the complexity of passwords and reduces online crime and identity theft, bringing greater inclusivity, trust and security to the world.”
Socure has placed 70th on Deloitte’s Technology Fast 500, meanwhile, growing 1,905 percent from 2016 to 2019.
Pindrop Co-founder, CEO and CTO Vijay Balasubramaniyan was recognized with the 2020 Test of Time Award from the Association for Computing Machinery’s Conference on Computer and Communications Security, along with a team of colleagues and alumni from the Georgia Tech Information Security Center (GTISC).
The team worked together on 2010 research paper “PinDr0p: Using Single-Ended Audio Features To Determine Call Provenance,” which described a mechanism to help users determine the source and path taken by a call.
IDnow Co-founder Felix Haas is included in the top 40 under 40 list from Germany’s Capital Magazin.
Trulioo’s GlobalGateway EmbedID low code identity verification solution has won best B2B Solution from the 2020 RemTECH Awards, which celebrate creative and innovative ideas impacting the financial industry.
Centrify has been named a leader in privileged identity management by Forrester Research, and was the only vendor to receive a 5.00, the highest possible score, in the “Least privilege access control” category, which includes three evaluation criteria. ‘The Forrester Wave: Privileged Identity Management, Q4 2020’ evaluated 10 vendors, and gave Centrify the highest possible score in 7 of 24 criteria.