Biometric Authentication For Dummies

Biometric Authentication For Dummies

14 September 2021

How can you be sure someone is who they say are, if they’re not standing in front of you?

In a digital world, how can organizations be sure that an individual attempting to access online services is who they claim to be? Or that they exist at all – are they a fake identity created for fraud or malicious intent?

As more and more of our lives move online, we face a number of challenges:

  • The number of online accounts and passwords we need to remember multiplies
  • Digital fraud, identity theft, and other cyber crime increase, as criminals take advantage
  • Governments and enterprises need to make online services secure but also inclusive to all – and complex passwords and security processes can stand in the way of that inclusivity

Biometric authentication provides the solution to these challenges. In Biometric Authentication For Dummies, iProov explains everything you need to know about how biometrics can help your organization to verify and authenticate user identity online.

iProov knows a lot about biometric authentication. Since 2013, we’ve been developing technology that is used by the world’s most security-conscious organizations, including the US Department of Homeland Security, the UK Home Office, the NHS, ING, Rabobank, the Australian government, the Estonian government, and many, many more. Over 100 million people are verified annually by iProov, bringing trust, safety and reassurance to the internet. Read more about our Genuine Presence Assurance technology.

Biometric Authentication for Dummies covers:

  • Reasons for using biometrics
  • Securing biometric systems
  • Protecting user privacy with biometrics
  • The usability of biometrics
  • Certification and standardized testing of biometrics
  • How to evaluate biometric technologies

After reading this free guide, you’ll be your organization’s biometric authentication expert.

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