Sensory Releases TrulySecure 2.0
Sensory has launched TrulySecure 2.0, the next generation its multimodal biometric authentication technology that fuses voice and facial recognition.
Sensory at the same time launched the TrulySecure partner program, providing discounts and other benefits to app developers interested in trying, testing, or deploying apps featuring TrulySecure 2.0 biometric authentication. Developers will get access to the TrulySecure 2.0 SDKs, receive support, and can get up to 10,000 unit licenses. SDKs for TrulySecure 2.0 from Sensory are available immediately for Android, Mac OS, Linux, and Windows.
"For more than two decades, Sensory has been at the cutting-edge of incorporating state-of-the-art neural networks and machine learning principles in our speech recognition and biometrics technologies," said Todd Mozer, CEO of Sensory, in a statement. "TrulySecure 2.0 takes biometric verification to a whole new level and showcases Sensory's strong ability to offer biometric solutions that offers a seamless user experience and provide virtually impenetrable security against hackers and identity theft without sacrificing convenience or adding undue system costs."
In tests leveraging real-world data collected from thousands of actual users operating a variety of devices in a variety of environments, TrulySecure 2.0 matched the correct user in more than 98 of transactions while keeping out imposters 99.999 percent of the time.
"We recently assessed Sensory's TrulySecure 2.0 technology and accredited Sensory's testing results for enrollment and verification, and were left very impressed," said Darrell Geusz, founder of the ID Trust Network and a veteran identity subject matter expert, in a statement. "Sensory's implementation of multiple techniques for combining different biometric modalities delivers high accuracy and novel user flexibility. We were very pleased that Sensory's testing incorporated a large set of real world data collected from a much larger variety of devices and uncontrollable operating environments. This really sets Sensory apart from their competition, and allows us to confidently say that Sensory meets or exceeds industry requirement for biometric accuracy."
"Sensory reaps the benefits of its long history of innovation in device-based biometrics and speech technologies. TrulySecure 2.0 continues to leverage early deployment of neural net technology for high accuracy in mobile phones and embedded devices" said Dan Miller, founder and lead analyst at Opus Research.
Consistent with the standards set by the FIDO Alliance, TrulySecure is an on-device biometrics authentication solution that does not require a cloud connection. TrulySecure also encodes digitized representations for matching that cannot be reverse engineered or reused.
"The dozens of recent central server hacks of personal information in the news, including one where nearly 6 million people's fingerprint records were obtained, continue to reinforce why TrulySecure 2.0 is a big differentiator for our partners. No other company is delivering sophisticated and accurate identity authentication with such a smooth user experience, on such a wide variety of platforms, and without the need for the cloud or special sensors," Mozer added.
VeriTran will use Sensory's TrulySecure voice and face biometrics as the cornerstone of its customer authentication initiatives.