As an enhancement to Proof, the company said Wednesday it has launched a fully automated, algorithm-based driver’s license authentication service for US, Canadian, and Mexican driver’s license.
With an onslaught of stolen identity data for sale on the dark web, businesses and governments need new digital tools that help onboard good customers with ease, and quickly weed out fraudulent accounts, Ipsidy noted.
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With the addition of driver’s license authentication, Proof can now deliver the highest level of trust in remote, biometric identity and credential authenticity to the North American market.
New York-based Ipsidy said that the Proof service offers a seamless user experience supporting mobile identity document capture, liveness confirmation and facial biometric matching of a selfie to the credential photo.
Now instantly, automatically and without human intervention, Ipsidy’s IDaaS platform also validates the authenticity of the driver’s license and confirms its possession by the rightful owner.
Proof also delivers enhanced security and trust to new customer and employee onboarding in financial services, telemedicine, e-commerce, sale of age-restricted product as well as online-to-offline marketplaces.
“Knowing when and where your customers access your systems to transact and preventing their accounts from being accessed by anyone pretending to be them, are the keys to establishing security and trust in today’s digital and remote world,” said CEO Phillip Kumnick in a statement.
“With the addition of North American driver’s license authentication to our mobile facial biometric solutions, Ipsidy can help financial service, e-commerce, healthcare and gig-economy providers onboard customers and verify their presence with ease, all while ensuring user accounts cannot be compromised by account takeover or identity fraud.”
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