Behavioral biometrics enables the measurement and analysis of patterns in human activities. It’s a breakthrough cybersecurity technology that identifies people by how they do what they do, rather than static phyiscal characteristics, like what they know, or what they have access to. It is the advanced solution for fighting cybercrime in an age when criminals have more access to our personally identifiable information (PII) and more sophisticated hacking methods than ever before.
Fraud in the digital age is only becoming more complex, and methods for fraud detection have to keep pace. In this Q&A, get to know Julia Kogan, a strategic account manager at BioCatch. Her diverse background in cybersecurity and daily interaction with BioCatch clients gives her a unique perspective into the challenges organizations face in stopping sophisticated fraudsters from compromising companies and customers. Keep reading to learn what it means to work in strategic account management on the cutting-edge of behavioral biometrics.
Digital transformation has swept the business world. From banking to insurance to e-commerce, being able to offer a compelling digital experience is the best way to attract and engage customers. Though digital transformation is a boon to both companies and their customers, it also introduces huge cybersecurity challenges for securing online sessions and preventing fraud.
The future of identity verification is rapidly changing. As recent conversations around high-profile security breaches and space-age technology make biometrics a hot topic in the tech world, it’s important to take a step back and examine the still-young industry as a whole.
In this panel, biometrics pioneers discuss the benefits, barriers, and challenges we can expect as more and more businesses begin improving their security measures through biometric authentication. From ubiquitous thumb prints on smartphones, to advanced behavioral technology and forthcoming facial recognition, speakers Iain Swaine (BioCatch), Steve Cook (Daon), David Pope (HooYu), and Andrew Bud (Iproov Limited) share their powerful insights on the future of biometric identity verification and how it can transform your customer’s experience. This conversation, recorded at Lendit Europe, October 2017 in London, was moderated by Alan Goode of Goode Intelligence.
In this week’s blog, we examine the differences between these two promising fields in the world of cybersecurity, noting that even though they sound the same, there are critical differences.
In recent years, data science has emerged into the limelight and gained more attentive scrutiny by business leaders, academics and practitioners. Many have opined that this new field has become a driving force in technology markets, generating tremendous innovation and growth. At its core, data science is an interdisciplinary field that employs automated methods to analyze massive amounts of data, incorporating concepts from different disciplines such as: computer science, mathematics, statistics, analytics and modelling.