Behavioral Vs Physical Biometrics: the ultimate showdown in digital banking

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Asaf Yacobi · EMEA Solution Architect Director & Matheusz Chrobok · VP of Behavioral Product

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Biometrics has become a buzzword in the banking industry, as it has the potential to make authentication faster, easier and more secure than traditional passwords. Biometrics are either physical or behavioral human characteristics that can be used to digitally identify a person to grant access to online banking. Physical biometrics refers to physiological features on the human body, such as a fingerprint or retina scan, while behavioral biometrics analyzes parameters such as a user’s keystrokes when typing, navigational patterns, screen pressure, typing speed, mouse or mobile movements, gyroscope position and more. In this webinar we will see how using behavioral biometrics for authentication makes things easier for users, as it removes the need for any active response. Behavioral traits can be captured in the background, whilst not needing any specific hardware to be installed to guarantee that the users are who they claim to be. Don’t miss this webinar and learn how behavioral biometrics joined with deep learning technology is the best solution for the prevention of online banking fraud.

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