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Regtech iProov Achieves FIDO Alliance Certification for Face Biometric Identity Verification

iProov, a provider of science-based biometric identity solutions, announces that its Dynamic Liveness Solution, the science powering the iProov Biometric Solution Suite’s Remote Onboarding and Authentication solutions, is the first to achieve the new global certification on face biometric identity verification from the FIDO Alliance…. Read More

iProov, Ping Identity Celebrate Digital Identity Verification Solution

iProov, a global provider of facial biometric solutions, this week announced a new integration with Ping Identity, a provider of seamless and secure digital experiences. The former will leverage PingOne DaVinci, a no-code identity orchestration service. The union allows joint customers to bring iProov’s biometrics… Read More

iProov, Cybernetica Partner to Deliver MFA-Focused Digital ID Solution

iProov, a provider of facial biometrics solutions, this week announced a new partnership with Estonia-based Cybernetica, a company focused on delivering future-proof technologies for secure digital societies. The partnership will see the companies collaborate to create a multi-factor authentication (MFA) digital identity solution for government… Read More

iProov and Eurostar Introduce Trial to Offer Contactless Travel at London St Pancras International

iProov, a provider of biometric face authentication tech, and Eurostar, the high-speed passenger rail service linking the United Kingdom with mainland Europe, have announced that their trial of a contactless fast-track service, SmartCheck, is currently live. SmartCheck enables passengers to “complete secure ticket verification and… Read More

Banks Struggle With Automated Identity Verification

Banks still have a long way to go in the quest to automate identity verification, research from biometric authentication services provider iProov shows. Research conducted with 20 or the largest retail US banks revealed overly complicated online onboarding processes which failed to capitalize on opportunities… Read More

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