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User-friendly behavioral biometrics authentication

Behavioral biometrics is leading the way in user-friendly security. When deployed for authentication purposes, behavioral biometrics can validate the identity of a user by the way they type, talk, walk, or use their mouse.

What is behavioral biometrics
  • Typing biometrics

    Aka keystroke dynamics, typing biometrics works by matching a person’s typing patterns samples to authenticate their identity.

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  • Mouse

    Mouse dynamics refer to mouse use characteristics found in the user-device interaction, used to for analyzing the user’s behavior.

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  • Signature analysis

    Signature analysis is one of the oldest forms of behavior analysis in the world and represents a person’s trademark.

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  • Voice recognition

    Voice recognition relies on the idea that behavioral signals emitted by our voices can be used to authenticate us.

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  • Gait analysis

    Gait analysis is a form of kinesthetics that refers to the way a person walks and uses device sensors to pick up on and analyze behavioral signals.

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Use cases for behavioral biometrics authentication

Use cases for behavioral biometrics vary from industry to industry.
Enterprises in ecommerce, banking & finance, education, and government can use behavioral
biometrics to authenticate users, bridging the gap between security and online UX.

  • User-friendly

    Because behavioral biometrics work passively in the background, it can provide secure continuous and two-factor authentication without compromising the user experience.

  • Tough to spoof

    Unlike physiological biometrics like fingerprints, voice, or facial recognition, behavioral patterns are nearly impossible to capture and replicate for malicious use.

  • Privacy by design

    TypingDNA behavioral biometrics authentication solutions are built with privacy by design and never look at what users type, only at HOW they type

  • No external hardware

    Behavioral biometrics leverage existing hardware like a keyboard and mouse, avoiding expensive sensors or biometric scanners to authenticate users.

Authenticate people by the way they type

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