biocatch blog

BioCatch is a cybersecurity company that delivers behavioral biometrics, analyzing human-device interactions
to protect users and data. See how our customers employ our cloud-based solution to proactively collect and
analyze more than 500 behavioral parameters to authenticate users and identify cybersecurity threats.

Managing the Risk of Application Fraud with Behavior-Based Identity Proofing

May. 16, 2018 | Behavioral Biometrics, Identity Proofing, Continuous Authentication | by BioCatch

Our security walls aren’t as high as we think they are. There are holes, and cybercriminals know how to slip through them, undetected. Application fraud has become a number one problem for companies across all verticals. In 2016, more than 25% of identity theft fraud involved the use of stolen information to open new accounts.

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RSA Conference 2018 Recap: Finding the Innovators

May. 3, 2018 | Continuous Authentication | by Frances Zelazny

The big booths were glitzy and crowded. One was even set up with a spaceship model overhead. Many had seating arranged for presentations and ongoing demonstrations. Coffee, candy, popcorn, all sorts of giveaways.

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Deconstructing the Cyber-Psychology Behind Behavioral Biometrics

Sep. 21, 2017 | Fraud Prevention, Identity Proofing, Continuous Authentication | by Daniel Shkedi

This blog post is excerpted from a white paper, entitled “Deconstructing the Cyber-Psychology Behind Behavioral Biometrics”. To access the full paper, click here.

 

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The Latest Two Factor Authentication Failures that Financial Institutions Can’t Afford to Ignore

Sep. 7, 2017 | Authentication, Continuous Authentication | by Scott Levine

BioCatch has been discussing the limitations of two-factor authentication for awhile, not for the purposes of raising alarm bells, but to offer a unique solution on how to provide a clear sense of security throughout an online session where traditional approaches are failing us.

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