Q&A With Christophe Remillet, Founder of OneVisage

by admin on July 1, 2017

LTP Team: What is the problem with two-factor authentication?

Christophe Remillet: On one hand, you have passwords and PIN codes that are painful and unsafe. On the other hand, you have two authentication factors or two-step authentication solutions that are seriously impairing the end-user experience, resulting in >30% of transaction abandonments. So it has to be simpler and safer.

LTP: Are the new generation of millennials more willing to switch to biometric authentication?

CR: Recent reports indicate that 75% of generation Z wants to use biometry. Biometric solutions need to be aligned with the nature of the transaction. For example, low-value payments must be instantaneous and shouldn’t require any specific actions from users, whereas high-value transactions should not necessarily be that fast but should be really secure.

LTP: Banks are slow at adopting biometric authentication. Why? 

CR: There are multiple root causes that are slowing down the process. First, it’s mainly about finding a biometric solution that really preserves five criteria/key values: user-experience, security, universality (aka multi-channels), cost-effectiveness and data privacy. Until OneVisage, no one in the market came with a solution that fulfilled these five criteria. Second, as a matter of fact, most core banking systems were designed +20 years ago, when the concept of multi-channels didn’t really exist at that time. Taking into account the mobile device revolution is a big change and banks need time to adapt their infrastructure and product offerings. Lastly, there are important data protection and privacy regulations that are coming out, which must be taken into account per country, therefore making the whole adoption process complex.

Q&A With Christophe Remillet, Founder of OneVisage

LTP: Why is now the right time to adopt 3D authentication?

CR: In a nutshell, the market is now looking for security and universality. As a matter of fact, we are now in 2017 and there are roughly 50 mobile devices which are fingerprint-enabled out of more than 24,000 mobile devices. If you do the math, you’ll see that less than 18% of mobile device owners worldwide can use this biometric modality. With more than 2.2 billion devices shipped out there, it becomes now urgent to find out a truly universal solution that runs on mobile devices. Facial authentication is the only one that fulfills great user experience, simplicity, cost-effectiveness, and universality. But the industry has focused on 2D-based solutions (2D facial, 2D eyes regions) to ease the user-experience, sacrificing the security. It is now well-known that all of these 2D solutions can be spoofed in minutes or even seconds by just using a picture or video of you. This is where 3D facial authentication is changing the game. 3D facial authentication is redefining the anti-spoofing and hacking limits. As an example, OneVisage is the only one that can guarantee 100% spoof-proofing to any printed or static picture of you.

LTP: Apple and Samsung’s new 3D camera will push banks to 3D authentication. Can you elaborate on this statement?

CR: Yes, you’re right. We are really impatient at OneVisage to see the first mobile devices embedding these 3D cameras. This will be a game changer as it will immediately propose to people the simplest and natural authentication process: an individual will just have to look at the camera to get strongly authenticated in less than one second. It cannot be simpler. The second key benefit will be about totally rejecting any spoofing attacks based on video replay or use of 3D avatars. In other words, it means that it will be impossible to spoof (not to be confused with a hack) such a biometric system, therefore providing a superior level of security than security tokens (which you can exchange or get stolen easily). We expect the accuracy to be so high that identical twins will be distinguished easily.

LTP: Why will OneVisage lead the 3D authentication space for banks?

CR: OneVisage is positioned as an independent 3D biometric solution provider in the market. Banks are looking to fully control solutions and low-coupling to any specific vendor or solution. Using the 3D facial biometric solution of a specific manufacturer will be total nonsense for a bank as it would immediately mean that the bank is depending on that specific solution. And on top of it, the bank would just give its customers database to the manufacturer. This is where OneVisage is acting as an agnostic third party, making the bridge between financial services and manufacturers.

LTP: If OneVisage’s product is successful, how will this positively impact banks in the next five years?

CR: OneVisage’s 3DAuth technology will be a game changer as it will allow financial services to offer higher security than security tokens or other biometric means, enable tens of millions of people to access digital financial services by just using their own mobile device without requiring any specific hardware at the price or even at a fraction of the price of password-based solutions with a strict observation of individual’s data privacy and protection. Banks will allow to nearly eliminate identity theft and make customers have a greater digital banking experience while better protecting their data privacy.

Link to article: https://letstalkpayments.com/q-and-a-with-christophe-remillet-founder-onevisage/

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OneVisage Announces First 3D Facial Authentication Solution Running on iOS

by admin on June 22, 2017

OneVisage, the award-winning and leading 3D facial authentication company today announced that it will unveil first 3D facial authentication solution that runs on iOS platform. As of today, there is no 3D facial authentication solutions available on iPhone or iPad mobile devices.

According to market experts, first front 3D cameras and 3D facial verification solutions should be unveiled later, in Fall this year by few major equipment manufacturers.

Today is a special day as we are proud to announce the first full 3D facial authentication solution that runs on iOS mobile devices. Financial services and identity management solution providers are looking to offer the same user-experience and high-level of security to all their customers, regardless if they use an iPhone 6, Samsung Galaxy S8 or Huawei Honor as an example. We can now potentially address more than 60% of mobile device owners in the world – aka more than 1 billion people – which probably positions us as the most universal and strongest authentication solution in the market.” said Praveen Gajjala, Sales Director EMEA of OneVisage.

Omni-channel management is key for financial services to offer the same experience to customers across branch, mobile and on-line channels. According to 2016 North America Consumer Digital Banking Survey made by Accenture Consulting, only 27% of consumers say that omni-channel experience is seamless.

We listened financial services and learnt that omni-channel and universality are key features. Allowing customers to log in their e-banking account on their laptop or mobile device, by only using their mobile device, is now a must-have feature. Our 3DAuth solution is uniquely poised for being the universal solution to address nearly all authentication use cases for banks, payment service providers and card issuers, regardless the user’s mobile device platform.” said Brian Haverty, Vice President of Sales, Americas.

According to analyst Ming Chi-Kuo interviewed by Business Insider UK in February 2017, Apple’s next generation 3D iPhone camera could reinvent user experience.

We are really impatient to see the first smartphones coming with 3D front cameras, which are foreseen to be unveiled in October-November this year. When combined to our unique 3DAuth technology, such devices will allow instantaneous, very strong authentication, users just making single shot selfies in few hundred milliseconds. Security will be seriously reinforced as it will be impossible to spoof such devices with a video, 3D avatar or virtual reality tool. We believe this will announce the beginning of the 3D facial authentication revolution that will supersede any other biometric alternatives, making passwords and pin-codes things of the past. This will be a major change in our everyday digital live.” said Christophe Remillet, CEO of OneVisage.

CEO Christophe Remillet and Praveen Gajjala, OneVisage EMEA Sales Director, will be exhibiting and meeting with financial services partners at Money 20/20 – Europe in Copenhaguen, Denmark. Christophe and Praveen OneVisage SA – Rue de Bourg 25 – 1003 Lausanne – Switzerland www.onevisage.com will provide live demonstrations of the latest OneVisage authentication software developed for financial services, using both iOS and Android mobile devices.

3DAuth SDK for mobile devices is currently available via an exclusive alpha/beta program. Please contact us for further information.

To set up an appointment at Money 20/20 Europe 2017, please visit our website http://onevisage.com/events or send an email at info@onevisage.com or call us: +41 21 566 70 55 (Europe) +1 650 544 4051 (North America).

For general information inquiries, please send an email at info@onevisage.com

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OneVisage® Breaks Ground by Announcing First 3D Facial Authentication Solution Running on iOS At Money 20/20 Europe

by admin on June 20, 2017

PressRelease-Banner3DAuth™ SDK is first to enable 3D facial authentication on iOS devices, providing secure digital financial services to more than 60% mobile devices owners[i]  


LAUSANNE, SWITZERLAND – June 20th, 2017 – OneVisage, the award-winning and leading 3D facial authentication company today announced that it will unveil first 3D facial authentication solution that runs on iOS platform. As of today, there is no 3D facial authentication solutions available on iPhone or iPad mobile devices. According to market experts, first front 3D cameras and 3D facial verification solutions should be unveiled later, in Fall this year by few major equipment manufacturers.

Today is a special day as we are proud to announce the first full 3D facial authentication solution that runs on iOS mobile devices. Financial services and identity management solution providers are looking to offer the same user-experience and high-level of security to all their customers, regardless if they use an iPhone 6, Samsung Galaxy S8 or Huawei Honor as an example. We can now potentially address more than 60% of mobile device owners in the world – aka more than 1 billion people –  which probably positions us as the most universal and strongest authentication solution in the market.” said Praveen Gajjala, Sales Director EMEA of OneVisage.

Omni-channel management is key for financial services to offer the same experience to customers across branch, mobile and on-line channels. According to 2016 North America Consumer Digital Banking Survey made by Accenture Consulting, only 27% of consumers say that omni-channel experience is seamless.

We listened financial services and learnt that omni-channel and universality are key features. Allowing customers to log in their e-banking account on their laptop or mobile device, by only using their mobile device, is now a must-have feature. Our 3DAuth solution is uniquely poised for being the universal solution to address nearly all authentication use cases for banks, payment service providers and card issuers, regardless the user’s mobile device platform.” said Brian Haverty, Vice President of Sales, Americas.

According to analyst Ming Chi-Kuo interviewed by Business Insider UK in February 2017, Apple’s next generation 3D iPhone camera could reinvent user experience.

We are really impatient to see the first smartphones coming with 3D front cameras, which are foreseen to be unveiled in October-November this year. When combined to our unique 3DAuth technology, such devices will allow instantaneous, very strong authentication, users just making single shot selfies in few hundred milliseconds. Security will be seriously reinforced as it will be impossible to spoof such devices with a video, 3D avatar or virtual reality tool. We believe this will announce the beginning of the 3D facial authentication revolution that will supersede any other biometric alternatives, making passwords and pin-codes things of the past. This will be a major change in our everyday digital live. » said Christophe Remillet, CEO of OneVisage.

CEO Christophe Remillet and Praveen Gajjala, OneVisage EMEA Sales Director, will be exhibiting and meeting with financial services partners at Money 20/20 – Europe in Copenhaguen, Denmark. Christophe and Praveen will provide live demonstrations of the latest OneVisage authentication software developed for financial services, using both iOS and Android mobile devices.

3DAuth SDK for mobile devices is currently available via an exclusive alpha/beta program. Please contact us for further information.

To set up an appointment at Money 20/20 Europe 2017, please visit our website http://onevisage.com/events or send an email at info@onevisage.com or call us: +41 21 566 70 55 (Europe) +1 650 544 4051 (North America).

For general information inquiries, please send an email at info@onevisage.com

 About OneVisage®

OneVisage® is a leading cyber-security company founded in 2013 with offices in Lausanne, Switzerland (headquarters) and Sunnyvale, CA (USA), that enables financial services, Identity & Access Management providers and cyber-security integrators to reduce identity theft and transaction abandonments. Our 3DAuth™ solutions provide higher security, data protection and greater user’s experience than passwords, security tokens or other biometric modalities at a fraction of their prices by using cutting edge 3D facial authentication technology running on consumer-grade mobile devices. OneVisage® has been awarded Edison Awards 2016 – ICT Security Gold medal, Red Herring 2015 Top 100 Europe, CTIA Startup Lab 2015 – Identity Management Winner. OneVisage® is proud to be the only “Swiss Made Software” biometric company and is a member of the FIDO alliance and European Association for Biometrics (EAB) associations.

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[i] As of June 5th 2017: Android 5.0 (or higher) represents 71.5%, iOS 10.0 (or higher) represents 86%, representing approximately in total more than 60% of mobile devices shipped out in the market. Sources: https://developer.android.com/about/dashboards/index.htmlhttps://developer.apple.com/support/app-store/

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OneVisage to Join Silicon Valley Plug & Play Accelerator by Startupticker

by admin on March 24, 2017

OneVisage, a Lausanne based startup specialising in cyber security solutions, has been selected among the companies that will join the Silicon Valley accelerator Plug and Play in the 2017 FinTech Accelerator Batch. OneVisage is the only Swiss startup participating in the program.

OneVisage is a cyber-security company developing biometric solutions for financial services integrators and identity management providers. The startup developed a 3D facial authentication technology, which will allow financial services, cybersecurity, identity & access management and healthcare providers to offer simple, secure, universal and cost-effective authentication to their end users.

Having convinced the Silicon Valley Plug and Play Ventures team, the OneVisage was selected among the 175 startups to join Silicon Valley Plug & Play Accelerator in the Fintech Accelerator Batch this spring.

With 175 startups out of the 8,500 submissions, the Silicon Valley accelerator Plug and play is taking in the largest cohort ever. The startups including the OneVisage make up the fifth batch which will begin this spring through June in nine separate programs based on each company’s focus. Each program comprises of different weekly educational sessions with mentors, experts, partners and investors, as well as larger, program-wide networking activities ahead of the cohort’s demo day in June. The startups will also be introduced to the ecosystem of 180 corporate partners, 200 VCs, and 583 alumni.

“We look forward to the arrival of brilliant minds to our headquarters. We foresee our corporate partners more involved than ever. The startups can expect to run more pilots, diversify their business offerings, and raise additional funding to build their dream,” comments our Founder and CEO, Saeed Amidi.

The Accelerator Plug and Place takes no equity from its participants, spokeswoman Allison Romero said to the Silicon Valley Business Journal. Startups get free desk space in Sunnyvale and free meals through the duration of the program. Between now and June, Plug and Play’s goal will be to identify the most promising startups in the program, and invest in those. Plug and Play runs a total of 11 accelerator programs, in partnership with large corporations.

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Press article: http://www.startupticker.ch/en/news/march-2017/onevisage-to-join-silicon-valley-plug-play-accelerator

 

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OneVisage invited to speech at Telegraph Future Of Fintech event on November 29th 2016

by admin on November 18, 2016

Telegraph Media Group (TMG) has today launched a brand new conference – Telegraph Future of FinTech. It takes place on Tuesday November 29, 2016 at Savoy Place in London. The one day conference will unite senior influencers from UK, European and global markets, as well as tech innovators, to consider what the future holds for the FinTech industry post-Brexit.

Headline speakers include Ashok Vaswani, CEO, Barclays UK, Claire Sunderland Hay, Head of FinTech Accelerator, Bank of England, Gemma Godfrey, Founder and CEO, Moo.la, Chris Gledhill, CEO & Co-Founder, Secco and a panel session moderated by Lawrence Wintermeyer, CEO, Innovate Finance. Barclays is the Gold Sponsor for the event.

Workshops, panel sessions and interactive breakout sessions with industry experts will further explore key issues affecting industry today.

Topics for discussion and debate include:
− Harnessing the power of disruptive innovation in FinTech
− Cementing Britain’s position in the global FinTech market
− The implications of Brexit, PSD2, APIs, and more latest developments
− Where to invest now as the FinTech sector continues to grow
− Data analytics and consumer behaviour as key industry drivers
− The transformational power of collaboration

Other confirmed speakers include:
− Anne Boden, CEO, Starling Bank
− Anthony Olsen, EU Chief Legal & Compliance Officer, Remitly
− Dr Avtar Sehra, Founder and CEO, Nivaura
− Christoph Rieche, Co-Founder & CEO, iwoca
− Christophe Remillet, Chief Technology Officer, OneVisage
− Francisco Lorca, Managing Director, Startupbootcamp FinTech London
− Hannah Nixon, Managing Director, Payment Systems Regulator
− James Carlyle, Chief Engineer, Managing Director, R3 CEV
− Jenny Tooth, Co-founder and Director, Angel Capital Group
− Mike Laven, CEO, Currency Cloud
− Neil Costigan, CEO, BehavioSec
− Nick Telford-Reed, Innovation Director, Worldpay
− Rush Taggart, CSO, CardConnect
− Salvador Garcia, Co-Founder and Co-CEO, Ebury
− Stewart Roberts, Executive Vice President and CFO, iZettle

Jeremy Warner, Assistant Editor, The Telegraph, commented: “London is a world-leading centre of FinTech in terms of innovation. With so many of the industry’s leading minds based here, attendees of the conference will be guaranteed invaluable insights into best-practice solutions for today, as well as foresight into the challenges presented by Brexit.”

Ashok Vaswani, Chief Executive, Barclays UK, added: “Blockchain, artificial intelligence and open data are just some of the ways in which FinTech is promising to revolutionise our lives. The UK can lead this revolution by helping entrepreneurs turn start-ups into global world beaters. But with disruption now set to become the dominant theme, we need to find new ways of retaining our status as the world’s financial capital.”

To find out more about the Telegraph Future of FinTech please follow the designated Twitter feed @TelB2BEvents or use the hashtag #TelegraphFT.

To attend or for further information, please visit: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/fintech

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For further information, to request a press pass or an interview with any of the speakers, please contact Good Relations 020 3814 4754 or email tmg@goodrelations.co.uk

Notes to editors:

About Telegraph Events
A subsidiary of TMG, Telegraph Events is one of the largest consumer and business events companies in the UK, producing market leading events and publications including The Telegraph Bespoke Events, The Telegraph Ski and Snowboard Show London, The Telegraph Outdoor Adventure & Camping Show, The London Bike Show, The Telegraph Cruise Show London, The Telegraph Travel Show, Rouleur Classic, SalonQP, Be:Fit London, Triathlon Show: London, Oceans Festival, QP Magazine and Telegraph Ski and Snowboard Magazine. Annually, Telegraph Events’ shows attract over 150,000 visitors.

About Telegraph Business Events
The Telegraph Business Events division is the conference arm of TMG and has been created to provide a live platform for Telegraph business communities to share knowledge and to drive business strategy and innovation.

About Telegraph Media Group
Telegraph Media Group (TMG) is a multimedia business with a portfolio covering the world-renowned, agenda-setting titles The Daily Telegraph and The Sunday Telegraph, The Telegraph website and Telegraph Events, one of the leading events companies in the UK.

TMG publishes The Telegraph seven days a week, in print, online and on tablet and mobile reaching a global audience of over 89.1 million per month*.
* ABCe September 2016

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Innovaud: “Nouvel environnement, nouvelles opportunités”

by admin on October 4, 2016

En plein essor depuis quelques années, la technologie financière ou Fintech est un domaine d’activité qui offre de réelles opportunités à nos entrepreneurs. Des startups vaudoises se distinguent d’ailleurs régulièrement par leur expertise. Le journal « Le Monde » consacrait récemment un article à Monito (anciennement TawiPay), le site lausannois qui permet de trouver les meilleurs services pour transférer de l’argent.

Aujourd’hui l’essor de startups Fintech ainsi que d’importants changements au niveau réglementaire, tel que MiFid II pour l’Europe, exigent une remise en question des pratiques existantes. C’est pour mieux comprendre les nouveaux enjeux et opportunités qu’Innovaud a organisé, en partenariat avec la BCV, une matinée dédiée aux Fintech, avec un accent sur la gestion des risques et des réglementations.

Sept interventions ont ponctué cette matinée animée par Benoît Curdy devant un parterre d’une cinquantaine de décideurs et d’experts. Dans la première intervention, Joao-Antonio Brinca, responsable du département Stratégie et organisation de la BCV, a identifié et décrit les trois âges de la Fintech :

1) L’âge des pionniers, issus des cendres de la crise de 2008, avec des startups qui poussent des modèles en rupture, une forte visibilité et l’amorce d’un changement possible de paradigme.

2) L’âge de la réponse des acteurs traditionnels (les banques) avec une large prise de conscience, des investissements massifs, mais également un virage culturel pas toujours aisé à négocier

3) L’âge des partenariats qui émerge actuellement et qui voit les pionniers – maîtrisant le digital – et les traditionnels – ayant la confiance du client – se combiner pour améliorer le service et la marche de l’industrie. Cette intervention fut suivie par celle plus technique de Dominik Witz, Responsable de Swisscom Banking. Nos cinquante participants ont pu alors découvrir l’étendue des questions réglementaires du Fintech avec les solutions de Digital Identification and Signing.

Après ce tour d’horizon des dangers et des opportunités liées aux changements réglementaires, quatre startups et une scale-up ont été invitées à présenter leurs solutions. Avec des bureaux à Lausanne et Zurich, Edge Lab propose une solution complète de gestion des risques liés aux portefeuilles financiers pour les banques, conformément à toutes les contraintes réglementaires et avec un niveau d’intelligence aujourd’hui inédit dans son domaine. Deuxième startup à se présenter avant la pause, Qumram enregistre grâce à sa technologie tous les échanges écrits, téléphoniques et digitaux entre une banque et ses clients. Comme nous l’a expliqué son directeur des ventes, M. Patrick Siegenthaler, les nouvelles réglementations exigent que les archives puissent être consultées par les clients pendant 5 ans par les clients et 10 ans par les autorités.

Les trois dernières startups à se présenter sont toutes actives dans la gestion des risques. Basée au Swiss Technopole Y-PARC, Netguardians voit la réglementation FINMA 2016/X comme une opportunité d’améliorer la couverture des cyber risques. La scale-upd’Yverdon-les-Bains a acquis une expertise unique dans le développement de logiciels de monitoring permettant d’éviter les fraudes en milieu bancaire.
Comme on a pu le découvrir dans la présentation suivante, la société RiskConcile de Jan de Spiegelheer a également acquis une expertise certaine dans l’identification de risques.

Last but not least, nos participants ont eu le plaisir de suivre la présentation de Christophe Remillet, CEO de la startup lausannoise OneVisage. Spécialisée dans l’authentification par selfie, l’entreprise a montré tous les avantages offerts par la reconnaissance faciale 3D, une technologie qui devrait selon toute vraisemblance faire disparaître à termes les mots de passe et surtout fortement améliorer l’expérience digitale liée à l’authentification, source de tracas, de fraudes et de frustrations.

Au terme de cette matinée passionnante, il est encourageant de constater que si les défis liés aux nouvelles réglementations Fintech sont considérables, ils représentent aussi de formidables sources d’opportunités pour nos acteurs innovants qui disposent de l’expertise et des compétences nécessaires pour les relever.

Rédigé par Eugène Schön

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OneVisage unveils First Passwordless Biometric Solution at SIBOS 2016

by admin on September 28, 2016

OneVisage unveiled at SIBOS 2016 in Geneva its 3DAuth PaaS platform. This is the first biometric authentification solution for mobile devices that is totally password-free for customers, co-workers and IT administrators. The solution opens new perspectives in fast growing industries such as fintech.

OneVisage, one of the leading 3D facial authentication companies developing breakthrough digital identity solutions for financial services and Identity and Access Management (IAM) providers, announced that its 3DAuth digital identity verification platform now provides a complete passwordless experience to users and IT administrators. The solution was unveiled Monday at SIBOS 2016 exhibition in Geneva.

“According to a PwC information security 2015 survey, current and former employees in financial services organizations still represent nearly two third (64%) of security incidents. As most of, not to say all, financial services companies rely on passwords or pin codes for handling their core application systems – even when biometric alternatives are in place – we realized how dangerous and inconsistent this situation is from a security angle.” said Christophe Remillet, CEO, OneVisage.

“As everybody knows, password systems are now broken. We are proud to unveil at SIBOS 2016 what seems to be the first authentication solution that totally eliminates passwords and pin-codes. Upon discussing with bank security managers and IT administrators, we realized the difficulty and pain for them to manage tens, even hundreds of passwords. But beside painful administrative tasks, “what you have” solutions such as passwords or security tokens create weak security points as well as non-repudiation issues that are very difficult to detect and overcome. Thanks to 3DAuth facial authentication platform, financial services can now protect themselves against internal threats while making important security cost savings.” said Christophe Remillet, CEO, OneVisage.

OneVisage is a leading cyber-security company founded in 2013 with offices in Lausanne and Zurich. The startup enables financial services, Identity and Access Management providers and mobile operators to reduce identity theft and transaction abandonments. OneVisage was among the Red Herring 2015 Top 100 Europe startups, CTIA Startup Lab 2015 – Identity Management Winner and Edison Awards 2016 – Gold winner in category “ICT security”. The company is also a member of the FIDO alliance and European Association for Biometrics (EAB)

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Full article: http://www.startupticker.ch/en/news/september-2016/onevisage-announces-first-passwordless-biometric-solution-at-sibos-2016

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La fin des mots de passe dans les banques?

by admin on September 26, 2016

Onevisage. La startup basée à Lausanne lance un système d’authentification biométrique en trois dimensions. Conçu pour être intégré directement dans les systèmes IT bancaires.

La société OneVisage profite du salon Sibos, qui s’ouvre aujourd’hui à Genève, pour dévoiler un système d’authentification biométrique permettant de franchir une étape de plus dans la sécurité. Créée en 2013, elle avait communiqué l’an dernier sur son système de «selfie 3D», …

Lire la suite de l’article: http://www.agefi.com/quotidien-agefi/suisse/detail/edition/2016-09-26/article/onevisage-la-startup-basee-a-lausanne-lance-un-systeme-dauthentification-biometrique-en-trois-dimensions-concu-pour-etre-integre-directement-dans-les-systemes-it-bancaires-436271.html

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OneVisage® Announcing First Passwordless Biometric Solution at SIBOS 2016

by admin on September 23, 2016

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3DAuth PaaS platform is first biometic authentication solution for mobile devices that is totally password-free for customers, co-workers and IT administrators


 LAUSANNE, SWITZERLAND – September 23rd 2016 – OneVisage®, the award-winning and leading 3D facial authentication company that develops breakthrough digital identity solutions for financial services and Identity & Access Management (IAM) providers, announced today that 3DAuth™ digital identity verification platform now provides a complete passwordless experience to users and IT administrators. The solution will be unveiled at SIBOS 2016 exhibition on Monday 26th of September.

According to a PWC information security 2015 survey, current and former employees in financial services organizations still represent nearly two thirds (64%) of security incidents. As most of, not to say all, financial services companies rely on passwords or pin codes for handling their core application systems – even when biometric alternatives are in place – we realized how dangerous and inconsistent this situation is from a security angle.” said Christophe Remillet, CEO, OneVisage.

As everybody knows, password systems are now broken. We are proud to unveil at SIBOS 2016 what seems to be the first authentication solution that totally eliminates passwords and pin-codes. Upon discussing with bank security managers and IT administrators, we realized the difficulty and pain for them to manage tens even hundreds of passwords. But beside painful administrative tasks, “what you have” solutions such as passwords or security tokens create weak security points as well as non-repudiation issues that are very difficult to detect and overcome. Thanks to 3DAuth facial authentication platform, financial services can now protect themselves against internal threats while making important security cost savings.” said Christophe Remillet, CEO, OneVisage.

OneVisage® will exhibit the alpha release of 3DAuth PaaS™ platform at SIBOS 2016 – Stand G54 (Swiss FinTech corner) on Monday 26th of September.

To set up an appointment at the show, please send an email at info@onevisage.com, visit our web site or call us: +41 21 566 70 55

For information about SIBOS or the Swiss FinTech corner, please visit www.sibos.com or swissfintechcorner.ch

For general information inquiries, please send an email at info@onevisage.com

About OneVisage®

OneVisage® is a leading cyber-security company founded in 2013 with offices in Lausanne and Zurich, Switzerland, that enables financial services, Identity & Access Management providers and mobile operators to reduce identity theft and transaction abandonments. Our 3DAuth™ solutions provide higher security and greater user’s experience than passwords, security tokens or other biometric modalities at a fraction of their prices by using cutting edge 3D facial authentication technology running on consumer-grade mobile devices. OneVisage® has been awarded Red Herring 2015 Top 100 Europe, CTIA Startup Lab 2015 – Identity Management Winner and Edison Awards 2016 – Gold winner in category “ICT security”. OneVisage® is a member of the FIDO alliance and European Association for Biometrics (EAB) associations.

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20 Minutes: Identification faciale sous la menace d’usurpateurs

by admin on August 23, 2016

Des chercheurs ont mis en évidence les lacunes de logiciels s’appuyant sur des images en deux dimensions.

La protection de données ou le déverrouillage de son smartphone via la présentation de son visage n’est pas sans faille. Une équipe de l’Université de Caroline du Nord l’a démontré au détriment de cinq services spécialisés disponibles sur les boutiques Google Play et App Store. Pour leur expérience, ils se sont servis des photos disponibles en ligne de vingt volontaires. Ils les ont ensuite fait passer dans leurs modèles de rendus 3D. Ils ont réussi à déjouer la vigilance de quatre applications, avec des taux de réussite allant de 55 à 85%. Aucun service n’a même résisté en recourant aux photos portraits originales prises avec les volontaires, rapporte le site Wired.

Cela ne surprend pas Christophe Remillet.«Il faut faire face à la réalité, commente le patron de OneVisage. On arrivera toujours à déjouer facilement la technologie basée sur la 2D». L’étude américaine fait plutôt les affaires de la start-up lausannoise qui développe une technologie de reconnaissance faciale basée sur la 3D. «Nous avons 1oo% de résistance en présence de photos 2D ou de masques 3D», met en avant Christophe Remillet. Sa solution, à vocation universelle et basée sur la 3D, a notamment l’avantage de pouvoir fonctionner avec des caméras frontales basiques de smartphones.

Article rédigé par Laurent Favre, 20Minutes

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