What is TypingDNA Authenticator
2FA codes in your browser, secured by the way you type
TypingDNA Authenticator and APIs FAQ
How does TypingDNA work?
TypingDNA allows users to verify their identity without having to whip out their phone. TypingDNA is ranked in the Top 10 of Zero Trust Security solutions in the world. The New York State DMV and European Banking Authority approve typing biometrics as a compliant method of identity authentication.
What is typing biometrics?
Typing biometrics, or keystroke dynamics, is an AI-based technology that analyzes and stores a user’s typing patterns, which include factors such as typing speed, the duration of a single keypress, and how long it takes between releasing a key to pressing the next.
What are the two types of biometrics?
The Most Widely Used Types of Biometric Systems
There are two types of biometric systems: physical biometrics and behavioral biometrics.
Why do we need biometrics?
High security and assurance – Biometric identification provides the answers to “something a person has and is” and helps verify identity. User Experience – Convenient and fast. Non-transferrable – Everyone has access to a unique set of biometrics.
What type of biometrics is the most accurate?
Iris recognition is widely considered to be the most accurate modality of biometric identification. The technology works in four steps: image capture, compliance check and image enhancement, image compression, and biometric template creation for matching.
What are examples of biometrics?
For a quick biometrics definition: Biometrics are biological measurements — or physical characteristics — that can be used to identify individuals. For example, fingerprint mapping, facial recognition, and retina scans are all forms of biometric technology, but these are just the most recognized options.
What is considered biometric data?
More precisely, biometric data are “personal data resulting from specific technical processing relating to the physical, physiological, or behavioral characteristics of a natural person, which allows or confirms the unique identification of that natural person, such as facial images or fingerprint data.”
When was biometrics first used?
While the earliest accounts of biometrics can be dated as far back as 500BC in Babylonian empire, the first record of a biometric identification system was in 1800s, Paris, France.