Digital onboarding and authentication solutions have been subjected to phishing attacks using highly realistic masks and animation software.
FacePhi has obtained the ISO 30107-3 Level 2 compilance report, with which it demonstrates that its user digital identity verification technology meets the necessary requirements to prevent impersonation or identity fraud. To achieve this recognition, the company’s digital onboarding and authentication solutions have been subjected to phishing attacks using animation software, latex and resin masks, and 3D photography.
At all times, FacePhi’s sophisticated technology prevented fraudulent access to it, thus achieving the compliance report. The tests have been carried out by the iBeta Colorado laboratory (USA), certified by NIST NVLAP, a program offered by the US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and which accredits laboratories to carry out this audit.
“With this letter of compliance granted by iBeta, FacePhi demonstrates that its technology is strong and resistant to attacks, both level 1 and level 2 in accordance with ISO 30107-3”, said Jorge Félix, Quality & Systems Director of FacePhi. Felix has also recognized that “in this way, the company continues to work on its commitment to the highest quality standards in the industry that recognize us as a safe product for our customers and users”.