White Papers for Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
Voice Biometrics as a Natural and Cost-Effective Method of Authentication
A White Paper presenting improved, next-generation voice biometrics as a user-friendly method of authentication that provides higher levels of authentication / verification and keep costs low by increasing process automation.
In the past, voice biometrics took a back seat to other physical biometric methods of identification and verification, such as fingerprints, facial recognition and iris scans, but new algorithms and more robust computer processing power have increased accuracy rates exponentially, making voice biometrics a competitive threat to the more invasive, traditional methods of identification and verification.
New legislation for higher levels of security in commerce make voice biometrics an attractive low-cost option for enterprises now required to ask for three levels of ID to prevent identity theft and fraud in commerce and homeland security. These deadlines are imminent and non-compliance is not an option.
In addition, the voice biometric technology developed by CellMax Systems is paving the way for voice’s inclusion by international standards organizations as a physical biometric parameter.
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