Veridium have traditionally delivered a passwordless authentication approach to an organisations entire application estate, from Windows logon, VPN access, WEB and SaaS applications, mobile and even legacy applications through phone as a token.
Using your mobile phone, coupled with your biometrics, users are able to securely authenticate to all of their applications and services, without a password and without a token, improving user experience and enhancing security, by eliminating credential sharing, phishing attacks, brute force attacks and keyboard loggers all while driving down operational costs for organisations.
Veridium enhanced this capability even further, eliminating the requirement to use a mobile phone as a token and allowing users to use Windows “Hello” from their Windows 10 device to authenticate not just to the desktop and O365, but to their entire application estate.
However, this didn’t solve the problem for users without Windows 10 and the correct hardware to run “Hello”.
Veridium have developed our own suite of biometric capabilities to solve a number of different use cases for organisations. Our 4 Fingers TouchlessID technology turned a mobile phone into a fingerprint scanner while Veridium vFace technology brought facial recognition capability to mobile devices without inbuilt facial recognition capability.
Veridium designed vFace to be cross platform, allowing us to deliver facial recognition to mobile devices running Android and iOS, as well as the capability to deliver facial recognition to a laptop or desktop device with a webcam and a browser.