trinamiX Face Authentication Tech Receives IIFAA Certificate

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trinamiX Face Authentication fulfills the biometric security requirements defined by the International Internet Finance Authentication Alliance (IIFAA). After recently announcing the fulfilment of the FIDO Alliance and Android Biometric Security standards, the German tech company is now topping it off with their newest certification. trinamiX GmbH, a subsidiary of BASF SE, has thereby proven to be suited for integration in digital payment processes with particularly high security demands. Their solution is the first to pass these tests while the hardware is invisibly mounted behind OLED. IIFAA’s standard is adhered to by leading players in the FinTech industry and has the widest market coverage in China.

trinamiX Face Authentication became the world’s first to pass all these tests and to provide “financial-level security”2 while all hardware was integrated behind a full-screen display. “We’ve finally received living proof of our capability to raise the bar of biometric security,” Stefan Metz, Director 3D Imaging Business at trinamiX, stated. “Our solution can mean a breakthrough to the world of digital payment, allowing users to better trust in and benefit from digital financial services.” The innovative strength of this solution unveils itself through a closer look into the underlying technology: trinamiX Face Authentication introduces a one-of-a-kind liveness check to the authentication process in order to tell whether the object in front of the camera is an actual human-being. In addition to checking the presented face for three-dimensional depth, it reliably detects skin versus other materials. Thanks to skin detection, not even a hyperrealistic replica of a user’s face can trick the system – while common biometric authentication solutions are still prone to these fraud attempts.

The latest test result of trinamiX Face Authentication, issued by IIFAA’s testing agency, certifies that the solution complies with the IIFAA Biometric Face Security Test Requirement, which is an established authentication standard for digital financial services.

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