Biometrics is nothing new. Physical biometrics - fingerprint scanning, iris scanning, voice recognition - have been used for authentication for quite some time. Behavioral biometrics is simply a next iteration. Physical biometrics is not the only thing that makes us unique. Each of us interacts with technology in a unique way. Organizations use behavioral biometrics to track consumers' behaviors and/or habits and the way they interact with an institution within the biometrics realm. Behavioral biometrics technologies aim to identify and leverage the things that really set us apart - our behaviors. 

Join Tracy Kitten, Director of Fraud & Security, and Alexander Franks, Analyst of Fraud & Security, of Javelin Strategy & Research as they discuss:

  • Why behavioral biometrics is such a critical authentication tool 
  • Why financial institutions and other businesses should be concerned about behavioral biometrics
  • How to effectively implement behavioral biometrics while adhering to ethical standards and practices

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