iProov has established a partnership with Ping Identity, bringing its selfie-based identity verification solution to the latter’s PingOne DaVinci platform for enterprise security. That, in turn, means that DaVinci users now have immediate access to the iProov Biometric Solution Suite, enabling them to leverage a facial recognition-powered system that features enhanced liveness detection to fight spoofing attacks and AI-generated deepfakes.
Thanks to the sophistication of its technology, iProov has accrued a number of particularly security-conscious clients including the United States Department of Homeland Security and the United Kingdom Home Office. Eurostar, the rail service linking England and France, has implemented iProov’s technology in a pioneering passenger screening system that could ultimately play a key role in accommodating new border control measures between the UK and EU while enhancing the customer experience.
“Many organizations across the globe are already using iProov facial biometric technology to verify the online identity of citizens, workforces and customers more securely and effortlessly than ever before,” said Joe Palmer, iProov’s Chief Product and Innovation Officer. “Partnering with Ping Identity will help us to expand our reach even further and we’re delighted to be bringing this integration to PingOne DaVinci.”
In bringing its Biometric Solution Suite to the DaVinci platform, iProov has officially joined the Ping Identity Global Technology Partner Program. Ping has sought to bring in partners that offer solutions to enhance end user experiences, offering them to DaVinci customers through a drag-and-drop interface.
“Our partnership with iProov leverages DaVinci’s seamless orchestration to ensure dynamic user journeys are delivered quickly and efficiently at every stage of the user journey,” said Ping Identity’s SVP of Product Management, Loren Russon.
The partnership’s announcement comes shortly after the news of iProov’s partnership with Cybernetica, an Estonia-based e-signature specialist. The two companies said they would develop a digital identity solution based on multi-factor authentication, and aimed at government and financial services customers in the EMEA, LATAM, and APAC regions.
September 20, 2023 – by Alex Perala