Biometric Summit 2023

Biometric Summit 2023 will be presented virtually on Thursday 23rd March.

Brought to you by Goode Intelligence, the leading biometrics, authentication and identity research and consulting company, this exciting event brings together leading biometric, authentication and digital identity technology providers with investors, buyers and technology integrators who have a strong interest in the latest innovations for a global conference with keynotes, presentations, industry-led moderated panels and interviews.

Join us for a power-packed day as we explore how biometric technologies are empowering the 21st century revolution.

Sessions include:

  • The threat of deepfakes to biometrics & how to counteract them with expert speakers from Duck Duck Goose & Ingenium Biometrics.
  • Age estimation and biometrics with expert speakers from Age Check Certification Scheme and Age Verification Providers Association.

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The Evolution of Behavioral Biometrics from Edge Case Defense Layer to Essential Component for Customer Trust

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The technology advancements powering today’s highly-personalized customer experiences also provide the perfect tools to launch and scale automated, high-velocity fraud attacks. Artificial Intelligence (AI), machine learning and cybercrime-as-a-service technologies support next-gen attack vectors that fraud networks can easily leverage and continuously evolve. Fraudsters are capitalizing on infinite ways to target digital ecosystems: from launching fast-paced bot attacks to directly leveraging vulnerable consumers for sophisticated social engineering and scams. How can businesses future-fit their fraud strategies to stay in front?

Join Rob Woods, Director Market Planning, Fraud and Identity, and Neil Costigan, Chief Architect, Behavioral Biometrics Solutions from LexisNexis® Risk Solutions, for this session on “The evolution of behavioral biometrics from edge case defense layer to essential component for customer trust” at Goode Intelligence’s Biometric Summit 2023 on Thursday 23rd March. The session is from 11.00-12.00 GMT.

Get the latest industry perspectives on intelligently leveraging the resiliency of behavioral biometrics to inform an agile fraud approach that centers around customer trust.

This session illustrates the progression of behavioral biometrics technologies and highlights how they have become key capabilities in a future-forward fraud strategy. Get the latest insights on:

  • Intuitively detecting the signals that indicate scams coercion or social engineering
  • Proactively defending against emerging AI threats by strategically deploying AI and ML-driven tools
  • Dynamically improving identity trust with every interaction
  • Effectively incorporating behavioral biometrics technology into essential customer touchpoints

Find out our top insights for building a real time, highly-responsive fraud defense during this informative session.

To register for the event please register here.



Why Behavioral Biometrics is Becoming an Essential Component for Customer Trust

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This article has been written by Rob Woods, Director, Market Planning Fraud & Identity, LexisNexis Risk Solutions, to accompany their involvement as a sponsor in a live session; “The Evolution of Behavioral Biometrics from Edge Case Defense Layer to Essential Component for Customer Trust” at the Goode Intelligence Biometric Summit 2023 on 23rd March. Register here to attend.

Why Behavioral Biometrics is Becoming an Essential Component for Customer Trust

Staying centered on customer trust as AI accelerates the fraud threat climate

Closing windows of opportunity for networked fraud is an imperative for sustained success in today’s hypercompetitive digital marketplaces. Trusted customers anticipate tailored conveniences and targeted security features across their journey and they are quick to abandon transactions falling outside their expectations. The technology advancements powering highly-personalized experiences are also providing fraudsters with the perfect tools to launch and scale automated, high-velocity attacks. Artificial Intelligence (AI), machine learning and cybercrime-as-a-service technologies support next-gen attack vectors that industrialized fraud networks are easily leveraging and continuously evolving.

Recent statistics illustrate how fraudsters are expertly targeting digital ecosystems:

  • Scammers find increasingly creative ways to coerce customers into diverting funds into fraudulent accounts.1
  • High-velocity automated bot attacks increased +38% year over year (YOY) according to data from the LexisNexis® Digital Identity Network®2
  • Automated attacks focused on password resets show a 247% YOY increase 3

Responding to emerging AI threats while keeping digital experiences centered on customer trust requires organizations to look beyond traditional fraud defenses with a real time strategy that works in parallel to prioritize identity trust and prevent fraud.

The evolution of behavioral biometrics from edge case to essential component

Behavioral biometrics technologies are key capabilities for answering the dual challenges of accelerated transaction speeds and the ever-intensifying nature of digital fraud threats. Today’s future-forward fraud strategy needs to account for the nuances of technology-driven threats as well as the vulnerabilities and fallibility of the end consumer. Incorporating behavioral biometrics technology into customer touchpoints positions a business to better inform an agile fraud approach focused on customer trust.

Behavioral biometrics is a non-intrusive and seamless way for companies to confidently identify genuine, trusted customers while maintaining a risk-appropriate level of friction for specific touchpoints or higher-risk events. Rather than looking at identity verification from a risk or fraud framework, behavioral biometrics analyzes authentication from a trust and experience framework:

  • Is it a human being performing the transaction, or are there automation patterns?
  • Is this a human we can trust?
  • Is it the right human who is authorized to perform this event?
  • Are they behaving in their usual way or do they appear under duress?

By evaluating how a user interacts with a device, webpage or application, behavioral biometrics solutions can accurately point out signals of unusual behavior. Behavioral biometrics enables organizations to proactively differentiate between a legitimate customer, a bot or a fraudster.

The inherent resiliency of behavioral biometrics makes it the perfect component for supporting a real time, highly-responsive fraud approach that keeps customer trust at the core. Utilizing behavioral biometrics enables businesses to dynamically improve identity trust with every interaction and simultaneously evolve their approach to reflect changing permutations and patterns of digital commerce. Behavior biometrics helps future-fit fraud strategies to support the personalized and secure customer experiences driving competitive advantage in today’s crowded digital marketplace.


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  1. The Account Takeover Epidemic: A Wake-Up Call For Chief Digital Officers (
  2. and 3. Data analysis from the LexisNexis® Digital Identity Network®, January-June 2022

The Future of Age Assurance Biometrics

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Age assurance is an umbrella term for both age verification and age estimation. Organisations must be ready to support emerging global legislation that aims to keep underage children off  digital platforms that are inappropriate for their age.

Biometric technology supports age assurance in a variety of scenarios, including in-store retail and online.

“The Future of Age Assurance Biometrics” session, sponsored by Age Check Certification Scheme, features experts from the UK including Tony Allen, CEO, Age Check Certification Scheme, Iain Corby, Executive Director, The Age Verification Providers Association, and Ian Deasha, Group Manager (Identity and Trust), The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO).

Hear the latest from Tony Allen, Technical Editor of ISO/IEC AWI 27566 Age Assurance Systems – Framework and CEO of the Age Check Certification Scheme on work to develop international standards for age assurance systems. It will also include an update on a project funded by ICO/OFCOM on the measurement of age assurance technologies.

The session runs from 09:40-10:40 on Thursday 23rd March. Register for free here.

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