Incognia will be hoping to generate more sales now that its Anti-Fraud Mobile SDK has been listed on the Auth0 Marketplace. The Marketplace provides customers with a curated and consolidated roster of digital identity solutions, and helps partners like Incognia extend their reach to a larger audience.
The arrangement will make Incognia’s Anti-Fraud Mobile SDK available in two different forms. Incognia Onboarding uses the company’s location technology to verify people’s addresses during the registration process, while Incognia Authentication uses location-based behavioral biometrics to verify their identities at login.
The SDK itself analyzes Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS signals to build a unique profile of each user based on their movement patterns. It will then assign a risk score to subsequent transactions, clearing those that originate from a recognized location while blocking those that come from an unfamiliar spot. The solution is compatible with iOS and Android devices.
The Anti-Fraud Mobile SDK debuted in June, and can be integrated into a range of financial and commercial applications. Incognia built the solution to prevent fraud while still making it easier to complete payments on mobile channels.
“Incognia offers companies the ability to recognize trusted users and detect fraud using location,” said Incognia Founder and CEO André Ferraz. “As mobile fraud continues to rise, we’re enabling a superior mobile experience for users by providing a frictionless solution for address verification and risk-based authentication, all while ensuring user privacy.”
“This solution adds an integral layer to our platform that provides our customers with greater choice and flexibility,” added Auth0 Business Development VP Bill Lapcevic.
The data collected through the Incognia platform is anonymized and encrypted to protect the personal information of end users. Incognia is one of several companies that has made it to the Auth0 Marketplace in the past few months, with Vouched getting listed in September and 1Kosmos following earlier this year.