February 26, 2019 – Veridium, a developer of user-centric authentication solutions, today announced the availability of its new behavioral biometric, Veridium InMotion for VeridiumID, a software-only platform for mobile biometric authentication.
February 26, 2019 – Incorporated in the VeridiumID platform, InMotion increases the reliability of all native biometrics for authentication by pairing behavioral data captured on smartphones with users’ biometrics, making it more difficult for malicious actors to spoof their fingerprints or faces to gain access to accounts.
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A new Biometric Consumer Sentiment Survey from Veridium reveals an increased appetite for biometric authentication technology, with 70 percent of respondents reporting that they would like to expand the use of it into the workplace.
February 13, 2019 – Veridium, a developer of user-centric authentication solutions, today announced a Biometric Consumer Sentiment Survey that reveals an increased appetite for the tech, with 70% of respondents reporting that they would like to expand the use of biometric authentication into the workplace.
Veridium shared the findings of its Biometric Consumer Sentiment Survey, revealing that 70% of respondents would like to see biometric authentication used more often in the workplace, alternately citing speed, security, and convenience as their primary motivations for the change.
A Veridium survey has revealed an increased appetite for biometric authentication technology among consumers. Survey respondents are using biometrics on personal devices, including their iPhones (68%), Android phones (25%), laptops (12%), tablets (11%), and smart speakers (5%).
The Biometric Consumer Sentiment Survey of 1,000 U.S. adults who have experience using biometrics to log into their accounts, reveals an increased appetite for the tech. Consumers cited speed (35 percent), security (31 percent) and not having to remember passwords (33 percent) as the primary reasons.
Consumers want more biometric security in the workplace, based on a new survey from Veridium, a data authentication software maker. The survey of 1,000 U.S. adults found that 70% of those surveyed would like biometric technology expanded, citing speed and security as the major reasons.
Veridium, a leading developer of user-centric authentication solutions, today announced the findings of its Biometric Consumer Sentiment Survey of more than 1,000 U.S. adults who have experience using biometrics to log into their accounts.