A New Level of Certification for Unissey
Feb 24, 2022
Facial biometrics company Unissey has reached an impressive milestone. The company has just received substantial ISO/IEC 30107-3 Level 2 certification following rigorous presentation attack detection (PAD) tests carried out by the European laboratory Cabinet Louis Reynaud Labs (CLR Labs).
This in-depth two-month evaluation aimed to assess the accuracy of Unissey's facial biometrics algorithms in detecting presentation attacks using passive liveness detection. CLR Labs put considerable effort into trying to fool Unissey's facial recognition systems using high-quality masks made from a variety of materials, including silicone and latex, as well as specially designed presentation attack tools.
The result? Every attack was successfully detected by the Evaluation Target (TOE), achieving an impressive Attack Presentation Classification Error Rate (APCER) of zero.
Unissey welcomes this achievement, noting that "this Substantial Level 2 Conformance Assessment from CLR Labs is another sign of confidence and robustness for Unissey and its facial biometric authentication technology." This Unissey solution confirms users' identities with a video selfie of less than a second, thwarting even the most complex fraud attempts.
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