Putting Behavioral Biometrics to UseNeoEYED's Tamaghna Basu Explains How the Technology
"Primarily fintech is the industry which is extensively looking at it and trying to use it because that is where the stakes are higher," he says.
Among the most common form of behavioral biometrics is keystroke dynamics, Basu says. "Keystroke dynamics is one area where you actually study the typing pattern of the user - how he is typing, what's the speed, the kind of errors they make. ... There are more than 100 factors ... which we use to build a profile of a person."
In this video interview at Information Security Media Group's recent Fraud and Breach Prevention Summit in Bengaluru, Basu discusses:
- Why behavioral biometrics is on the rise;
- What are the challenges to deploying the technology;
- Which industries are deploying this technology.
Basu is the co-founder and CTO of neoEYED. He has more than 12 years of experience in cybersecurity consulting, and has assisted such companies as PwC, PayPal and Walmart. His main areas of research include application security and network pen