14 February 2016

TSWG integrates EyeVerify eyeprint verification tech into mobile money system

28 April 2014  |  1381 views  |  0 Source: EyeVerify

EyeVerify, San Jose, California, Finovate start-up and TSWG (The System Works Group) from Brisbane, Australia announces that TSWG NetTeller Mobile Money will integrate with EyeVerify's Eyeprint Verification across iOS and Android devices.

TSWG is a leading provider of secure and agile digital banking technology, and will integrate the patented Eyeprint Verification technology; which is available only from EyeVerify and provides a highly accurate, user friendly biometric authentication stack.

"As financial institutions increase access to consumers' sensitive personal data and banking services on mobile devices, the need to verify the identity of users is critical," said Chris Barnett, EVP of global sales and marketing for EyeVerify. "As we integrate with TSWG, our Eyeprint Verification will enable financial institutions using TSWG NetTeller Mobile Money to add biometric security as a replacement for PINs and passwords or as a second authentication factor confirming sensitive transactions."

"EyeVerify's technology will make an innovative addition to NetTeller Mobile Money, consumers want convenient, anywhere, anytime banking while being protected against unauthorized use, if a phone is ever lost or stolen." said Terry Hudson, General Manager, Sales and Marketing at TSWG.

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