Wall Street Journal on BehavioSec
BehavioSec has been featured in a Wall Street Journal article as leaders in frictionless behavioural user verification & authentication.
“What we can do is determine just how likely it is that a given user is the same as the one the system already learned to recognize,” says Neil Costigan, Chief Executive of BehavioSec.
Unlike eye and fingerprint scans, such behavioral authentication doesn’t require users to stop what they are doing and complete a test like putting their finger on a device’s scanner. It can also supply continuous authentication, constantly checking if authorized users are still the ones using the device after they’ve logged in.
Read the full article on Wall Street Journal (requires subscription)
Also featured on the CIO Journal blog