What precisely is Biometric Authentication?
Biometric authentication technology is a method of identifying users by measuring their unique biological characteristics. These traits are inherited and therefore cannot be predicted, duplicated, or stolen.
Biometric Authentication Factors
Identification is the process of determining whether an individual’s record exists in the database by comparing their unique characteristics to all records.
Verification: After identifying the user’s characteristics, biometric authentication grants the user access to the desired services, devices, or systems
Types of Biometric Authentication
The Advantages of Biometric Authentication
Instead of Using Passwords, Use Biometric Authentication to Log In
Depending on your organization’s needs, use fingerprint and facial recognition as the most effective biometric authentication factors, either in conjunction with other factors or on their own. The use of biometric authentication software can be tailored to fit into your company’s specific requirements as seamlessly as possible. It offers greater convenience, security and efficiency when compared to other types of authentication, making it the ideal solution for your needs.
To analyze user identity, AuthX integrates biometric authentication with fingerprint readers. Log in to Windows laptops with built-in or external fingerprint readers with ease.
Log into Your Applications from Your Mobile Device with Ease
By linking your mobile phone to your profile, you can authenticate anywhere, at any time using the AuthX mobile app. The AuthX mobile app allows you to authenticate with both your face and your finger.
Other AuthX Mobile Authentication Factors
Authentication via Push
AuthX’s mobile app sends push notifications to your device to verify each log-in.
Frequently Asked Questions
Fingerprint authentication technology is generally less expensive and is used by companies of all sizes. It represents a simple and cost-effective way for businesses to begin using biometric-enabled time and attendance systems.
Yes, the facial recognition engine verifies your identity by analyzing the various angles and points on your face.
- Capacitive scanners
- Optical scanners
- Ultrasonic scanners
- In-display scanners
- Automatic attendance recording
- Simple audit process
- Improved time management
- Increased security