There’s no question that behavioral biometrics is one of the most exciting new modalities in biometric security. Many in the financial services sector have embraced such technology as a valuable second layer of authentication in users’ online sessions, and even the military is actively exploring how this kind of technology can be used to help authenticate personnel.
At the same time, behavioral biometrics is also probably one of the most mysterious modalities from a consumer perspective. Fingerprint and facial recognition have been going mainstream thanks to their prominent use in smartphones from Apple and its competitors, but by its very nature, behavioral biometrics is an almost invisible mechanism that many everyday users are simply unaware of.
That’s why TypingDNA is organizing a new webinar aimed at clearly how its own form of behavioral biometrics works. Together with its partner Optimal IdM, the company has created a live demo that will showcase its typing-focused analytics system, and also delve into the benefits of multi-factor and adaptive authentication. TypingDNA is one of the most exciting new players in this space, having recently acquired $1.5 million in seed funding; and with its solution’s focus on an everyday activity that all users are familiar with — typing — it’s well-positioned to explain just how this kind of biometrics works, and to show it in action.
Entitled “The Future of Authentication: Behavioral Biometrics, Tokenless MFA & Adaptive Authentication”, the webinar is scheduled to run from 11:00am to 12:00pm EST on February 27th, with registration now open.