|Learn more about behavioral biometrics in this interview with Julie Conroy of Aite Group|
Behavioral biometrics is one of the most disruptive technologies in biometric authentication. It analyzes the way an individual interacts with their device – the angle at which they hold their phone, finger pressure on the keypad, keystroke dynamics, and more. It allows for persistent but completely transparent authentication throughout the banking session.
Behavioral biometrics is an excellent tool supporting the fight against application fraud and account takeover fraud. To achieve the best results, FIs should consider implementing this technology as part of a holistic, layered approach to fraud prevention.
Download this white paper to learn:
- Use cases in fraud prevention
- How behavioral biometrics improves the mobile authentication experience
- Why confirming the user’s identity in a continuous, transparent way is more effective than one-time authentication at the beginning of the banking session