Thales rolls out Identity Verification Suite for customer onboarding
By Megha Bhattacharya
Digital security solutions provider Thales has rolled out its Identity Verification Suite in a bid to cater to the rising need of remote client onboarding. The Suite is expected to enable a 100%-AI identity verification service with the integration of facial recognition technology, document security features recognition and machine learning engines. The solution allows service providers to reach end-users via their mobile handsets or the web.
Thales’ IDV Suite aims to allow a smooth user journey for markets from the travel industry, telecom operators, banks, citizen services, and all types of online service providers looking to meet their KYC needs.
“COVID-19 has created a number of key global shifts that are shaping the method in which people are accurately identified when signing up to new accounts or interacting with digital services. Goode Intelligence forecasts that electronic identity and document verification service adoption, in such crisis context, will be accelerated by 15-20 percent,” said Alan Goode, CEO & Chief Analyst at Goode Intelligence. “Thales IDV suite addresses the urgent imperative to identify people in a trustful and ‘touchless’ way which offers service providers a smart solution to securely onboard users”.
The IDV Suite also comprises of advanced facial biometric technology that integrates passive liveness detection to facilitate the end-user experience. The customer is asked to take a selfie, and then the solution transparently analyzes the liveness of the selfie and securely matches it against the portrait on the ID document, allowing for quick and efficient identity biometric verification.
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