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Acuant'sFacial Recognition Software Receive iBeta Compliance

By Enterprise Security Magazine | Friday, October 16, 2020

Yossi Zekri, CEO

Acuant FaceIDwins PAD Level 1 and Level 2 compliance by iBeta.

FREMONT, CA: One of the leading identity verification solution providers in the world, Acuant has its facial recognition product, Acuant FaceID, is recognized by the presentation attack detection (PAD) Level 1 and Level 2 compliance by iBeta. Acuant FaceIDworks on the technology of liveliness detection along with that of facial recognition. iBeta is an independent external or third-party tester, which is as per the standards of ISO/IEC 30107-3. The recognition that is received by Acuant is sure to further steer its state of the art facial recognition software platform towards fighting against the synthetic identity fraud in the world of business.

Lately, Acuant FaceID offers use cases that are based on the biometric facial recognition match in conjunction with liveliness tests, which are compliant with iBeta. In addition to this, the solution also features anti-spoofing or anti-imitating technology in its suite of identity verification tools and protocols. The company envisions its solution, offering futuristics opportunities for its users to fight against potential synthetic identity fraudsters. The level 2 of PAD compliance by iBeta assures that the Acuant’s Acuant FaceID solution has all the proven capability of preventing attacks from multiple channels such as static images, recorded videos, synthetic video, masks, printed pictures, and more, along with parsing for liveliness.

Acuant offers the Trusted Identity Platform that empowers and companies from almost all the industries with futuristic modules of smart and automated identity verification, digital identity preservation, regulatory compliant solutions. Acuant FaceIDworks on the company’s patented technology that is combined with AI and machine learning. The company and its solution aim at offering unparalleled operational efficiency and identity security.

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