The security based on what you do and not of what you are
The search is on to find a unique identifying characteristic not of what you are, but of what you do.
Behavioral Biometric solutions are a great threat intelligence tool due to the forensics capability in the real time logging.
Stop intruders in their tracks using cyber security software that is at the forefront of digitally profiling individuals through their physical and behavioral use of laptops, desktops and smartphones.
The patented technology identifies the person behind the screen, using machine-learning algorithms to generate biometric profiles of individuals by their touchscreen gestures, mouse movements, and typing rhythm and cadence.
So called User Activity Monitoring (End Point Security).
We integrate our continuous authentication technology into IAM (Identity & Access Management) and Cyber Security solutions.
Our technology is the first line of defense in recognizing an attacker, and triggering a response. Behavioral Biometrics should be mandatory in any modern UTMS (Unified Threat Management System), Insider Threat, Threat Mitigation, Asset Management....all terms that fit into our technology
These triggers are easily integrated into partner products, and enable immediate policy enforcement such as step up authentication, real-time notifications, activation of in-depth monitoring, or isolation of compromised hosts from the network.
The end customers gain better protection and tools for combating insider threats, password sharing, and account take-overs.
Behavioral solutions are serious contenders in the overall biometric security landscape.
There are known issues with some of the technologies which can be addressed through serious work on algorithm design and validation, and also using proven software quality models and techniques in engineering the solutions.
While physiological solutions are widely known and accepted, the market share of behavioral solutions has been growing steadily as effective and efficient products are being released.
The attractiveness of behavioral biometrics is their unique ability to address some key challenges faced in cyber defense and online fraud protection.
Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) is a position now in many organizations.
In contrast with physiological solutions, many behavioral biometrics do not require special hardware for data collection.
They can be collected using standard devices such as mouse, keyboard, smartphones, which are readily available.
Not only, this has an impact on the cost of deploying and maintaining the solutions, it has significant implications on the type of applications targeted.
For instance, most behavioral solutions can easily be used to deliver continuous authentication, due to the ability to capture the biometric samples passively and transparently.
Enhanced monitoring for privileged account holders.
This is not always the case for physiological solutions which are in general dependent on special purpose sensors and require active involvement of the individuals.