The technology creates a “one-time biometric” by projecting a cryptographic sequence of colours from the device screen onto the user’s face for a few seconds, the face imagery is stamped with a one-time code. This imagery is rendered useless if intercepted, stolen, recorded or reproduced, protecting users from dangerous threats to facial authentication.
Results from tests undertaken by governments and banks have shown to deliver far stronger security than any alternative. Its usability and performance have been demonstrated on a vast scale through deployment in national programs such as the British EU Settlement Scheme.
“The demand for online authentication and genuine presence assurance is growing every day,” said Yossi Zekri, CEO of Acuant. “We were impressed by iProov’s innovative technology that secures and streamlines the verification process. iProov addresses the increasing threat of replay attacks and other spoofing tactics like no other solution today.”