IDmission’s selfie identity verification solution gets another upvote

From: RegTech Analyst

RegTech IDmission has been given another sign of approval for its identity verification software that uses selfies to make sure customers are who they say they are.

IDmission’s biometric identity verification technology now meets the ISO/IEC 30107-3 Level 2 biometric Presentation Attack Detection Standard.

Software tester and quality assurance firm iBeta put IDmisson through the ringer. The tested solution consisted of on-device passive liveness detection on a mid-level smartphone. With this new ISO compliance, IDmission remains one of only five global biometric companies that ensure the security, compatibility and interoperability at such a high standard.

“Guaranteeing that a selfie being captured is from a live person – and not a photo of another picture or a mask or a video – is both technically challenging and mission critical,” said Ashim Banerjee, CEO of IDmission. “To do so passively, with no user action required, is the icing on the cake. We are delighted to have pushed the frontiers of AI just a little bit, and to be able to offer state-of-the-art digital identity services to our customers.”

The solution is used in finance, e-commerce, the sharing economy, and regulated industries.

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