Sensory Anticipates Mass Adoption ‘Tipping Point’ for TrulySecure

“Operating through a standard mobile device, TrulySecure combines facial and voice recognition to identify the end user. It’s now being used in mobile apps from a number of financial services providers including Alior, Banorte, ICICI, Maybank, Mizuho Bank, and Qatar Islamic Bank.”

Sensory Anticipates Mass Adoption 'Tipping Point' for TrulySecure

Sensory Inc. is celebrating the growing ubiquity of its TrulySecure platform, announcing that the solution is now being used for authentication in over two dozen banking apps.

Announcing the milestone in a statement, Sensory credited its success in part to partnerships with tech integrators for the financial services sector including Fujitsu, Samsung SDS, EZMCOM, and VeriTran. The company also highlighted its partnerships with “decentralized authentication solution providers” HYPR and Nok Nok Labs.

Operating through a standard mobile device, TrulySecure combines facial and voice recognition to identify the end user. It’s now being used in mobile apps from a number of financial services providers including Alior, Banorte, ICICI, Maybank, Mizuho Bank, and Qatar Islamic Bank. In its statement, Sensory asserted that its solution “has quickly become the de facto standard for providing seamless, high-security biometric authentication on mobile applications from global banks and financial institutions.”

Elaborating further, Sensory CEO Todd Mozer gestured to the company’s high expectations as more and more organizations see the advantages of mobile biometric authentication – and perhaps especially one that is compliant with the increasingly popular FIDO Alliance authentication standards. “While we are certainly excited to have more than two dozen banking customers, we believe that we are just now beginning to see the tipping point for mass adoption among banks globally,” he said.