Data sheets

Focusing on authentication and fraud prevention with minimum friction, BioCatch develops behavioral biometric solutions to recognize a wide range of human and non-human cybersecurity threats. Learn more about BioCatch capabilities with these data sheets.

Mitigating the Risk of Insurance Fraud with Behavioral Biometrics

The global insurance market is a multi-trillion-dollar market worth more than $4.5 trillion in gross insurance premiums (2015). In 2016, the gross insurance in premiums in the U.S reached $2.67 trillion with $1.5 trillion in paid claims.


BioCatch™ Analyst Station

The BioCatch Analyst Station is a web-based interface that displays the data for one or many sessions and provides summary reports. The portal enables the customer to easily detect and act upon possible fraudulent activity in user accounts. The BioCatch Analyst Station is used for post-session data analysis, typically at the end of each day or whenever required by the administrator.


Eliminating Fraud in Same Day Payments with Behavioral Biometrics

NACHA’s announcement of same-day ACH (Automated Clearing House) payments will benefit both businesses and consumers whose payments are eligible for same-day transaction processing. This is how BioCatch is supporting this change.


Combating Cross-Channel Fraud with Behavioral Biometrics

Cross-channel fraud is an advanced attack method in which the fraudster steals a user’s credentials and personal information from one channel, in order to commit fraud in an associated channel and/or account. BioCatch has developed effective methods to thwart these attacks.


Behavioral Biometrics for Mobile Payments

Digital transformation in banking and retail is rapidly evolving. In this fast-moving environment, where finance and fraud intersect, there are several ramifications for financial institutions and the user experience.

The equation is quite simple: where there is money, there is fraud. As the use of mobile banking grows, so do the threats of hacks, malware and other remote attacks. Traditional means of detecting fraud can take considerable time and resources, sometimes taking weeks to detect or to confirm an incident.

In the digital world - whether mobile payments, e-commerce or online banking – this is much too long. Transactions happen quickly, and any delay can have significant repercussions, both from a consumer confidence perspective and a cost perspective. In the digital world, it seems there is always a choice to make between security and the user experience.


Solution Overview

The BioCatch Behavioral Biometrics Platform boosts real-time capabilities with three advanced modules: User/Criminal Profiling, RAT and Malware Detection, and Robotic Detection, and an add-on module called the Analyst Station. This is a full breakdown on how they all work together.


Next Generation Cyber threats

Most professionals still do not acknowledge that today’s cyber threats overwhelmingly come after the login. Learn more about how BioCatch is preventing a new generation of cyber threats.


Enhance Identity Proofing with Behavioral Biometrics

New Account Fraud is usually the gateway to many other follow on crime and is a growing concern for businesses that processes transactions online. Traditional fraud prevention measures are often too little, too late, forcing banks, credit card issuers and other data brokers to look for new ways to verify identities and recognize the alarming rates of fraud that has emerged in this area.


Real-Time Fraud Detection Through Continuous Authentication

With cyber attackers becoming much more sophisticated, security measures must get smarter too. The key is to implement security measures that continuously monitor and test the authenticity of users in ways that are difficult to replicate.


What Is Behavioral Biometrics?

Behavioral biometrics is a breakthrough cybersecurity technology that identifies people by how they do what they do, rather than by what they are (e.g., fingerprint, face), what they know (e.g. secret question, password) or what they have (e.g. token, SMS one-time code). Behavioral biometrics measures and analyzes patterns in human activities. Historically, these included keystroke patterns, gait, signature and the like.