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Sensory Updates TrulySecure

By Chrissie Cluney May 30, 2017

Sensory, a leader in speech and vision technologies that enhance the user experience and security of consumer electronics announced the first major update to the company’s software, TrulySecure. This is FIDO Certified multimodal biometric authentication technology.

“As security technologies continue to evolve, so will identity thieves. We continually improve the security and accuracy offered by TrulySecure to ensure that users are presented with a consistently better user experience, and that their apps and data are safe from prying eyes. In the latest release of TrulySecure, we have updated our deep learning convolutional neural nets to improve accuracy more than 50% and substantially decrease the ability to spoof with photos or videos,” said Todd Mozer, CEO, Sensory.

TrulySecure can quickly, conveniently and securely recognize enrolled users through a fusion of face and voice biometric recognition technologies in less than a second. The technology differentiates individuals at a 99.999% accuracy rate, without requiring any costly and space consuming biometric scanners. TrulySecure receives updated deep learning algorithms that boost its already class-leading accuracy and detection.

Version three of TrulySecure is second major update and it expands on Sensory’s market-proven fusion of face and voice biometrics recognition. The program accomplishes this by improving recognition of enrolled users, especially in challenging scenarios. The company upgraded TrulySecure’s already industry-leading embedded deep learning algorithms to better recognize users when a small part of the user’s face is obstructed by wearable accessories.

On their own, Sensory’s face and voice biometric recognition solutions each offer excellent security. However by combining the two biometric recognition technologies into one security solution, TrulySecure makes it nearly impossible for an imposter to gain access to a protected device or app. Further boosting the security offered by TrulySecure, this company has improved its live-ness detection algorithms, nearly eliminating the chances of somebody fooling the facial recognition algorithms with photos or video of the enrolled user.

According to Parks Associates, 76% of broadband households express high levels of concern about security and privacy issues when using any of those household connected devices.  “Consumer confidence in the value of IoT devices and services is significantly influenced by security concerns,” said Brad Russell, research analyst, Parks Associates.

Sensory and their products are designed to eliminate fear and uncertainty with their consumers. The latest update of TrulySecure can only add to consumers’ feeling of online safety. 




Edited by Ken Briodagh
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