authID.ai has more evidence that attests to its security best practices. In that regard, the company has now received ISO 27001:2013 certification, which indicates that it is able to maintain a secure environment and handle private data in a way that is compliant with the framework established by the International Standards Organization (ISO).
The actual audit was carried out by A-LIGN, a third-party firm that is accredited to complete the ISO evaluation. authID.ai’s Verified authentication platform has already obtained ISO 30107-3 certification for liveness detection, and achieved compliance with the SOC 2 standard. Verified has passed both Level 1 and Level 2 of the ISO 30107-3 Presentation Attack Detection test.
According to authID.ai, the latest certification demonstrates its commitment to strong cybersecurity. The company noted that the US government has recently been emphasizing the importance of zero trust security, and that organizations in the public and private sectors want greater assurances about the integrity of any solutions they deploy. That means that modern solutions need to be able to guarantee that personal information will remain confidential.
Verified uses facial biometrics to match a selfie to the image on a photo ID. authID.ai’s Identity-as-a-Solution offering is built to meet the FIDO2 standard for passwordless authentication. On that front, the company argues that Verified is easy to use and still guards against account takeovers and other forms of synthetic fraud.
“Enterprises that take proactive measures to protect themselves lower their risk of losing revenue, reputation, and customer trust,” said authID.ai Product SVP Jeremiah Mason. “We recognize the importance of ISO certification, which validates authID’s commitment to our customers and partners that we have implemented and exceeded the highest security standards for our best-in-class biometric identity proofing and authentication systems.”
authID.ai recently brought in $22.5 million in financing. The company also joined the Microsoft Partner Network in February to make its technology more readily available to those using Office 365 and Azure applications.