Everyone acknowledges that passwords are a weak link in enterprise security. You can lose them, share them, and crack them. Biometric authentication can strengthen legacy systems by adding an additional layer of security. With our technology, a company can deploy biometrics as a second factor or replace passwords altogether. Either way, you can now truly verify the identity of the end user.
How It Works
VeridiumID is a software-only platform for biometric authentication that works in conjunction with a front-end mobile SDK that allows you to embed biometrics into your company’s mobile app. This complete software solution is highly customizable, with biometric vectors encrypted and broken up, stored between the mobile device and server for enhanced security, a technique called visual cryptography.
VeridiumID installs easily within your network to provide authentication to enterprise applications, websites, even doors. And it works just by you being you.
Eliminate Passwords Altogether
Are you ready to eliminate passwords? Our technology and unique storage architecture combine to provide true identity authentication. The software handles everything from biometric data collection and encryption, secure storage, and the ability to perform matching on the device or server during authentication sessions.
Add Biometrics As a Second Factor
If your organization isn’t ready to eliminate passwords altogether, you can use VeridiumID as a second authentication factor. In addition to what you know – your password – you are adding two additional factors; what you have – your mobile device – and what you are – your biometrics.
Learn more by reading our ebook, "Multifactor Authentication: The Path Forward for Security."
Identity is the “claim” you make to access information, but making that claim with a password doesn’t prove who you are.
Passwords only authorize access, while biometric authentication is the process of verifying the claim that identity makes.
Only biometrics – your face, your voice, your fingerprints – prove you are who you say you are.