“Jumio has reported significant success with its Netverify platform, asserting that its annual recurring revenue jumped 47 percent year over year in its 2017 Q1 update.”
Jumio has added an eye-tracking feature to its Netverify Trusted Identity as a Service platform.
The platform offers user authentication based on a combination of facial recognition and document reading, using smartphone and laptop cameras to acquire the relevant data. While it already featured liveness detection, its new eye-tracking functionality should serve to add further security to the platform. The platform will prompt users to follow a moving icon on the screen while verifying their identities, with the eye-tracking software helping to ensure that a real user is actually present in front of the device, with her eyes following along accordingly.
In a statement announcing the new feature, Jumio CEO Stephen Stuut said, “The addition of eyeball tracking makes Jumio’s Netverify the most sophisticated ID verification solution in the market.”
Jumio has reported significant success with its Netverify platform, asserting that its annual recurring revenue jumped 47 percent year over year in its 2017 Q1 update. The company has accordingly taken recent measures to expand its reach, opening a new office in London at the end of May.