Tongueprinting Becomes New Biometric Authentication Method

Anti-fraud and authentication specialist Pindrop has unveiled a new method for users, toungueprinting; tongueprinting is meant to stop fraudsters from taking over legitimate accounts by spoofing the call centre with automated bots, social engineering, and knowledge-based authentication questions according to Finovate; Vijay Balasubramaniyan, CEO and cofounder of Pindrop, tells Finovate: “Tongueprinting not only adds an extra layer of security and authentication, it increases the opportunities to generate additional antibodies leading to a healthier user over time.” Source.

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