Suddenly, deepfakes are questioning the integrity of automated identity verification, which undeniably is the way to go for securing trust and efficiency in our digitized world. With money laundering and identity theft at stake, sophisticated anti-spoofing measures are required. While liveness detection is a trusted mechanism to secure the real user’s presence, deepfakes are now creating new attack vectors. What are deepfakes even and what can biometrics do against them? And are they the real challenge for identity verification?
Coming from Fraunhofer Institute, where Ann-Kathrin Freiberg started her career during her Master studies, she has taken a deep-dive into the biometrics and identity verification industry during the last 4 years at BioID. Today, her aim is to solve the market’s pain concerning trust in remote processes. She brings new identity and authentication projects to life and supports customers with leveraging facial verification and liveness detection in their solutions. As the interface between R&D at BioID and companies from almost every industry, Ann-Kathrin works on resolving the challenges around the integration of biometrics to bring forward innovation and trust.
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