Precise Biometrics and SecuGen are jointly demonstrating a fingerprint reader with anti-spoofing capabilities at Connect:ID.
Fingerprint Software with Liveness Detection
Without any protection fingerprint sensors are vulnerable to spoofing via fake fingers.
The risk for fraud and spoofing via fake fingerprints is a threat to sensitive applications like mobile payments.
Spoof detection, a solution to identify fake fingerprints, has emerged as a “must have” functionality for biometric authentication platforms, whether for physical and logical access control, or mobile e-commerce.
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The demonstration is available for viewing throughout the conference, at the CITeR booth (#417).
SecuGen and Precise Biometrics’ US operations, have shipped the fingerprint reader with the anti-spoof solution since May 2016.
Precise Biometrics (formerly NexID Biometrics) was a technology spin-off of CITeR in 2007 and was recently acquired by Precise Biometrics.
CITeR is the National Science Foundation industry/university research center and is currently headquartered at Clarkson University in Potsdam, NY.
SecuGen has manufactured a wide range of high quality optical fingerprint technology for the global biometrics market since 1998, headquartered in Santa Clara, CA.