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  • Writer's pictureAngela Arp

Don't Let Stories Scare you Away from Voice Authentication.

With all the advancements in AI, we've been getting a lot of questions about how we're combating this developing technology.

The typical voice system relies on the user repeating a specific phrase like 'my voice is my password.' Then they merely analyze voice elements such as pitch, tone, pronunciation, and accent to create a voiceprint for an individual.

These markers are precisely what AI uses to construct a deep fake.

At V2verify, we take a two-fold approach to ensure that while a deepfake may sound exactly like the person to you, it won't to V2.

V2's tech systems not only analyze the same voice characteristics as our competitors, but we also interpret the physiological aspects of speech production, allowing us to recognize the subtle differences between real and deepfake voices.

Don't let the "voice cloning" stories scare you away from the right voice biometric authentication service.

Don't let the stories encourage you to return to PINs, passwords, one-time passcodes, and security questions.

Reverting to the old ways is exactly what fraudsters would want; these methods are far easier to exploit.

As AI-powered fraud attacks become more prevalent, biometric security remains every organization's best defense and the only way to detect the real person behind the interaction.

It's becoming increasingly evident that passwords have outlived their lifecycle and are no longer a secure way to protect your data.

Find out more about V2verify's Secure Password Replacement solution



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