Mission Accessibility: BehavioSec Brings Behavioral Biometrics to the Masses

How do you keep employees and customers engaged while at the same time employing a level of authentication superior to passwords and other knowledge-based methods? For years, organizations have had to choose one at the cost of the other. As a result, authentication processes have often become cumbersome journeys to be dreaded by employees and customers alike. Witness the recent industry push to introduce passwordless flows and one can begin to understand the underlying drivers behind it. However, merely removing a password from a flow does not in itself ensure a great user experience, particularly if the replacement requires the user to jump through additional hoops to verify themselves. 

Security is a balancing act. On the one hand, we must ensure that people are who they say they are. On the other, we don’t want to place an undue burden on our workforce or annoy customers. So, how does one solve for both, while at the same time ensuring privacy mandates are upheld? We at BehavioSec are up to this challenge. We are confident that strong, multifactor authentication methods can be deployed that neither jeopardize security, privacy, or convenience. The key ingredient is behavioral biometrics. We have spent over a decade perfecting the deployment and scaling of behavioral biometrics across Global 2000 companies. Our behavioral technology has prevented millions of fraudulent transactions while enabling employees and customers to stay engaged and authenticated throughout their user journeys regardless of how short or long they are. Better yet, privacy-minded organizations can benefit from behavioral biometrics because it doesn’t require collecting any personally identifiable information. Behavioral biometrics instead captures behavior variances that are application-specific, so it is not possible for a hacker to reuse the data elsewhere. 

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Today, we are making that technology more accessible than ever before. We’re introducing four new editions of our proven behavioral biometrics platform that aim to bring a seamless, invisible layer of protection to digital identity challenges. These new editions include two API-based SaaS MFA services that offer comprehensive behavioral biometrics insights that organizations of all sizes and sophistication levels can deploy and immediately obtain value from. Here is a quick summary of our new offerings: 


To help developers get started, we’re offering a completely free, no time limit tier of our SaaS-based invisible MFA service, based on the same battle-tested platform we’ve deployed at some of the world’s largest enterprises. Our goal is to spread the word and, in the process, help organizations of all sizes recognize the value of behavioral biometrics in addressing MFA challenges.  


Imagine the benefits of MFA without the drawbacks or limitations. That is what Workforce MFA edition promises. Protect any number of users, on any application, on any device, from any account threat, while remaining compliant with regulatory, security, privacy, and experiential needs. 


A happy customer is a returning customer. Consumers want their accounts to be protected, but many avoid enabling MFA (or worse, churn) due to the friction. Consumer MFA edition gives you the same security and UX benefits as our WorkForce MFA offering, with the architectural flexibility needed to support customer bases rising into the tens of millions. 


Our world-leading behavioral biometrics fraud prevention platform. If you have complex needs or want our full suite of capabilities including continuous authentication, account opening and account takeover fraud prevention – this is the solution for you.  

Making behavioral biometrics accessible to the masses is not only our mission but starting today it’s becoming a reality. To learn more, visit our pricing and comparison chart!

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