The history of behavioral biometrics, the measurement of patterns relating to human activity, goes back to the 1860s, with the invention of the telegraph and the recognizable ways people would send dash and dot signals. Today’s behavioral biometrics, though, go way beyond, looking at multiple data and end point interactions to prevent new account fraud and provide continuous authentication after login. As more and more applications move online and consumers demand that the availability of functions in their digital worlds match their physical worlds, the popularity of behavioral biometrics has continued to grow. Join guest speaker Andras Cser from Forrester Research and Uri Rivner, Head of Cyber Strategy at BioCatch for an engaging discussion on what makes this modality so popular and effective in meeting today’s cybersecurity challenges.
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In addition, financial industry executives will gain key insights on:
- How behavioral biometrics drive the 3 F’s – less fraud, less friction, more functionality - online
- The ways that behavioral biometrics satisfy risk-based authentication requirements
- How behavioral biometrics work with other technologies to provide strong authentication and protect against today’s cyberthreats like malware, social engineering and Remote Access Trojans.
- Current trends in fraud and new areas for the use of behavioral biometrics