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  • Liveness Detection Case Study

Mobile biometrics and liveness detection | Case Study

Case Study How Latin American banks are using Knomi® to win more customers and prevent fraud Dramatic advances in mobile phone technology and networks present banks the opportunity to make their services more accessible.  Customers can now use their mobile devices to quickly apply for new accounts and credit lines, access their account information, and perform purchases and transactions, all without ever visiting a branch or ATM. Credit towards purchase of big-ticket items such as home appliances, electronics, and furniture can be issued on the spot by retailers at the point of purchase. By many measures, Latin America [...]

  • Liveness Detection in Biometrics

Liveness detection in biometrics is essential for mobile authentication and onboarding | White Paper

White Paper Liveness detection in biometrics is essential for mobile authentication and onboarding Mobile biometrics offer banks and other businesses a way to more effectively verify the identities of their new and existing customers. Mobile onboarding allows a prospective banking customer to open an account without visiting a branch. Biometrics make this identity proofing process more robust and secure. New customers can then use their biometrics in place of passwords for more secure and convenient mobile authentication. Facial recognition is a particularly useful biometric modality for mobile onboarding and authentication: ● Nearly all mobile devices have built-in cameras [...]

  • Biometrics in Government eBook

Biometrics in government: Enhanced security and convenience for citizens | eBook

Biometrics in government: Enhanced security and convenience for citizens A brief history of biometrics Fingerprint-based identification began in law enforcement. An Argentine detective first solved a crime using a latent print (left behind by the perpetrator) in 1892. In 1901, detectives in England and Wales officially began using fingerprints in criminal identification. Their use snowballed from there. By 1946, the FBI managed a library of 100 million fingerprints, according to the U.S. Marshals Service. The agency developed the Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS) in the 1970s to manage the massive and still-growing collection more effectively. AFIS became “Integrated [...]

  • Enterprise Security in the Age of Remote and Mobile Work

Enterprise Security in the Age of Remote and Mobile Work | White Paper

White Paper Enterprise Security in the Age of Remote and Mobile Work Biometric Technologies Take Us to the Next Level New Work Means New Security Challenges Work has changed. Advances in mobility and connectivity have accelerated the evolution of the modern business, allowing new types of enterprises to emerge. Thanks to the ubiquity of smartphones, tablets, and other connected devices, the classic nine-to-five workday confined to the cubicles of an office space is no longer the norm. Today’s work environments are as unique as the people powering them, from the entry level up to the corner [...]

  • Web-based Biometric Identity Proofing

The World’s Largest Employer Uses a Web-Based Platform for Biometric Identity Proofing | Case Study

Case Study The World’s Largest Employer Uses a Web-Based Platform for Biometric Identity Proofing The US Department of Defense uses Aware’s WebEnroll™ platform on 3,500 workstations for browser-based biometric enrollment and data management to make their background check system more secure and its maintenance more efficient. The U.S. Department of Defense workforce consists of 1.4 million men and women in uniform, and over 800,000 civilian personnel. The Defense Manpower Data Center (DMDC) is the agency responsible for administering the DOD’s personnel-related tasks, including background checks for all in-uniform and civilian employees. Each year, thousands of new employment [...]

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