VBC London 2014, held November 18-19 at the Tower Hotel, brought together executives and decision-makers who are integrating voice solutions into multi-layered and multi-factor communications for authentication and security to prevent fraud and enable secure commerce.
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VoiceTrust will integrate some unique biometric technologies from BioID into its “agnostic authentication platform.”
Opus Research presents the first census of voice biometrics deployments for customer care and mobile applications around the globe, based on the compilation of information about over 150 instances with more than 70 million registered, protected individuals.
Just in time for Halloween, Dan Miller, lead analyst at Opus Research, will join Alexey Khitrov, president of SpeechPro Inc., to describe how voice and face recognition mean doom for the most common, and vulnerable, forms of mobile and online security.
VoiceVault’s voice biometrics engine to be integrated into Enacomm’s phone-based, customer service solution to provide secure and convenient authentication.
Tinkoff Credit Systems Bank (TCS Bank) has introduced voice-based authentication to make it faster and easier for its clients to log on and use its phone-based banking services.
Anne Grim, managing director of global client experience at Barclays, and MasterCard’s Paul Trueman will share experience, perspectives and anticipated initiatives that incorporate voiceprints in customer care, e-government, mobile payments and enterprise access at VBC London, November 18-19.
(Updated Sept 24) In a series of transactions that culminate in a “reverse takeover” and private placement of stock, voice biometrics specialist VoiceTrust is undergoing a change in management and receiving a cash infusion. Delrand Resources Ltd is acquiring VoiceTrust… Read More ›
Both MasterCard and Visa International are in the process of defining a new category of transaction called “Cardholder Present.”
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is right on schedule as it debuts voice biometric-based caller authentication into its contact centers with 30,000 people already enrolled.