BioCatch is once again highlighting the advantages of behavioral biometrics in a new blog post that details two case studies in which the BioCatch platform was used to stop more complex forms of fraud. In the post, the company notes that many anti-fraud solutions protect a single access point, either with a password or a device-based security key. That leaves them vulnerable to social engineering and remote access attacks that manage to get through that gateway. Behavioral biometrics solves that problem with continuous authentication.


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