Enacomm is traversing the map to show companies how they can protect their customers and their own organizations. This week, the team traveled to Las Vegas for the All Payments Expo to salute innovation in the payments industry. From February 23rd to February 25th, Enacomm exhibited at Booth 404, demoing its new eKBA (Enacomm Knowledge-Based Authentication) and EVA (Enacomm Voice Authentication). These products, which are particularly valuable for financial institutions and prepaid companies, enable organizations to authenticate and shield their customers from identity fraud using a combination of personal information and impenetrable voice biometrics technology. The team also gave away Microsoft Surface Pro 3 tablets at the show!
For a recap of the event in photos, check out the shots above and below. And give us a call at 1-877-860-0025 or drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about how you can authenticate and protect your customers with next-generation technology.
Last week, Cisco released its “Visual Networking Index: Global Mobile Data Traffic Forecast Update, 2014–2019”. According to the study, in 2014, smart devices and connections – those having advanced computing and multimedia capabilities with a minimum of 3G connectivity – made up 72% of wireless devices in North America that are accessing mobile networks. By 2019, that number is projected to reach 89%.
Recently, in an interview with Arlene Hauben of The Prepaid Press, Enacomm CEO Mike Boukadakis explained that, with the advent of smartphones, we should expect to see more biometrics technology being employed. “Now we have a vehicle to implement dual mode authentication,” he said. To read the full article, go here.
What does it all mean? Smart devices are making biometric authentication a reality.
As part of an onboarding and authentication system, biometrics can be combined with advanced knowledge-based authentication to thoroughly address security concerns —for example, facial recognition by comparing a selfie with a stored photo at a records bureau.
Read Enacomm CEO Mike Boukadakis’ Paybeforeguest article, “A Soon-to-Be Must-Have: Biometrics Authentication for Customer Service,” to learn more.