Importance of Face spoof detection in Financial industry

By: Blue bricks
 
PERTH, Australia - Nov. 11, 2021 - PRLog -- Presentation Attack Detection (PAD)

Biometric data, collected directly or covertly from a person online or through hacked systems, is sometimes used to combat a biometric system by generating spoofs or scams. This intervention might use a printed photo, a picture, or a video of a person on any electronic device or by impersonating a 3D or fake silicone mask. A biometric spoof identified when presented to a biometric sensor is known as presentation attack detection
The precise detection of whether a sensor is observing a live biometric, preferably of a recording, photo or another nonliving spoof, is generally acknowledged as liveness. Liveness detection (https://www.blue-bricks.com/how-active-liveliness-is-different-from-passive-liveliness/) is, hence,a subset of the possible attacks that PAD might recognize

When is PAD not helpful and more of a hindrance?​

Biometrics can produce a unique blend of high security and ease of performance in applications that demand identification authentication, such as access control, payments, or travel. However, even biometric systems can be tackled and bypassed without the appropriate technology in place. Many PAD systems in the market deliver unsatisfactory results through either false signals or usability. Presentation attacks pose severe difficulties to overall influential real-time biometric modalities such as the face

What business value does the Blue Bricks PAD system bring?​

With modern AI and computer vision advancements, the Blue Bricks engineering team has grown dramatically more precise, durable, and resilient to environmental and user variables. The use of our PAD service is one component of a variety of risk controls possible. The use of PAD within a system implements a tremendous level of security because there is forever risk of an ongoing attack against the design and the financial and reputational impact this attack would produce. Financial transactions, access control to guard areas and access to confidential data are all biometric operations where our PAD mechanisms are vital. PAD is essential.

Some key points about PAD​

We want our PAD to produce the same trust as face-to-face interaction. Accordingly, we have created an anti-spoofing liveness detection mechanism that makes sure a live person in front of the camera indeed took the presented recordings
1. We have our in-house research and development team, who continually keeps the comprehensive anti-spoofing software PAD up-to-date
2. PAD can recognize live faces from photos, videos, masks, and much with outstanding accuracy
3. We defend authentication, identification confirmation, and remote onboarding processes worldwide with our liveness analysis

Conclusion
Spoofing attacks pose a high-security threat for drivers of biometric technology. Blue Brick's presentation attack detection proposes anti-spoofing algorithms to recognize and alleviate the risks automatically. Thus, it is essential during eKYC onboarding (https://www.blue-bricks.com/friction-less-ekyc/), online login, and banking transactions

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