Behavioural Biometrics for Banking Services

Behavioural Biometrics for Banking Services

As an alternative to passwords and by way of complying with strong authentication requirements, financial institutions increasingly consider biometrics. Verifyoo now proposes to help them through this process with a new dynamic behavioural biometrics-based banking authentication service.

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