Biometric authentication and real-time fraud detection bolsters security at one of the world’s largest financial institutions
BBVA, one of the world’s largest financial institutions, required an innovative security solution that was simple to use and easy to deploy. BBVA sought to invest in technology in order to reduce operational costs and provide better service to its customers. As a result, BBVA developed in-house apps, such as a worldwide employee directory, an internal newspaper and workflow tools.
“AuthenWare is part of our cyberbiometric architecture and acts as a mechanism for generating identity scoring. It allows us to have an additional element in the online risk decision making process of our employees," said Santiago Moral, Technical and Security Director of BBVA.
"In today’s world, security is based on unnatural demands, such as remembering complicated passwords; that’s why we developed a security solution that is based on human nature or human behaviors,” said
"At Neoris, we are constantly offering our clients the latest technology innovation to help them maximize their investments,” said Claudio Muruzabal CEO of
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BBVA is a customer-centric global financial services group founded in 1857. The Group has a solid position in Spain, it is the largest financial institution in
AuthenWare is based on behavioral biometrics. It is as accurate as physical biometrics but cannot be mocked or stolen. It’s simple, easy-to-use and adheres to privacy and government regulations. The product uniquely identifies and authenticates valid users by measuring the distinct rhythm of an individual's personal typing pattern in combination with user-specific behavioral and environmental characteristics.
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