InAuth and AimBrain are joining forces to bring sophisticated, multimodal biometric authentication to the financial services sector.
The former’s InMobile platform is designed to analyze the attributes of a given user’s device for authentication. Earlier this year, InAuth announced that it was bringing biometric authentication to the platform, allowing users to take advantage of the fingerprint sensors embedded in newer iOS and Android phones. Now, AimBrain is expanding that biometric support by bringing voice and facial recognition, as well as behavioral biometrics.
In a statement announcing the partnership, AimBrain CEO Andrius Sutas called their solution “a unique offering to the industry” that could “help financial institutions implement strong customer authentication practices to address upcoming European payment regulations.”
The companies haven’t yet specified when the fully integrated solution will be available, but it appears that they are well on their way to delivering it in time for the EU’s implementation of its PSD2 regulations at the start of next year.