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Webinar: Voice-based Authentication In The Cloud

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John Amein, Senior VP Product Management, Voxeo, Peter Soufleris President, Voice Biometric Group, Dan Miller, Opus Research
Fast, convenient and secure user authentication is a must for companies that focus on providing their customer, prospects and employees with the best user experience possible. That’s why many of the most forward-looking enterprises are taking serious stock of their options for ways to identify and validate the people at the other end of a phone conversation. Voiceprints are emerging as attractive alternatives to vulnerable PINs and commonly asked questions, such as “mother’s maiden name” or “last 4-digits of your Social Security Number.”

A growing number of companies are using hosted services platforms to carry out voice-based authentication. A hosted approach provides them with levels of flexibility, affordability and scalability that premises-based approaches do not. They help “future-proof” implementations, making it easier to add applications, enrollees and “hooks” into complementary security and authentication infrastructure.

Join Opus Research, Voxeo and Voice Biometrics Group in a webcast that describes the demand for strong, context aware authentication; the variety of voice biometrics-based solutions; and the advantages of taking a “hosted approach” to meeting identification and verification challenges in ways that comply with security and privacy concerns associated with Financial, Healthcare, Insurance and Government Services.
Mar 20 2012
47 mins
Webinar: Voice-based Authentication In The Cloud
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  • Presented by: John Amein, Senior VP Product Management, Voxeo, Peter Soufleris President, Voice Biometric Group, Dan Miller, Opus Research
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