Identifying users without friction
Data breaches around the world have exposed an ocean of personal data. The series of U.S. breaches discovered in 2017 in the US, such as Yahoo, Target, Government Office of Personnel Management (OPM), Verizon, Anthem, and others, affect more than half of U.S. adults. In fact, 2017 had the highest number of breaches since 2005, according to the Identity Theft Resource Center, with 1,579 breaches exposing nearly 179 million personal records.
Passive biometrics and behavioral analytics are a unique way to not only identify the actual customer but to allow customers to do business quickly and easily.