Say goodbye to fraudsters, and hello to BioCatch, the industry leader in behavioral biometrics solutions. BioCatch uniquely analyzes more than 2,000 physical and cognitive behavioral attributes to address various use cases in the digital lifecycle. Typically used for account takeover fraud detection, identity proofing and risk-based authentication, behavioral biometrics has become a key component for driving secure and seamless online experiences.
BioCatch was founded in 2011 as the pioneer in behavioral biometrics. Since then, we have taken off in so many ways, changing the face of the industry and in how identity fraud and authentication is managed. Here’s a quick look at some statistics on how we measure our success:
Despite their known vulnerabilities, one-time passwords remain one of the most widely used forms of two-factor authentication. From SIM swaps to phishing, malware, and a whole host of man-in-the-middle attacks, weaknesses in OTP security are putting customers, and businesses, at great risk.
If you were in San Francisco last week, you would have wondered where the RSA Conference actually was. Personally, I spent a total of 90 minutes in the BioCatch booth over the course of the three days, and much more time outside Moscone Center than on the show floor. That being said, when I was at the trade show proper, there was a continuous crowd, lots of good buzz and conversation, and a palpable energy around when next generation information security will arrive.
Monitoring user behavior is one of the best ways to detect cyber attacks and fraud in real time. In recent years, user and entity behavior analytics (UEBA) and behavioral biometrics have emerged as two promising fields in the world of cybersecurity. Though both focus on detecting anomalous user behavior, there are critical differences between the two.