Implementing processes with biometrics has many benefits and the security it gives a company is very high. This is why more and more companies are implementing identity validations to protect users.
Questions generally arise as to what kind of sector or industry can apply this technology. In general terms it seeks to protect the end user, these processes with biometrics can be applied to any need.
That is, at present any industry that wants to protect its processes can apply it through biometrics and artificial intelligence. These are two fundamental pillars to respond to a problem or need that a company has.
The important thing is to understand that once identity validations are implemented, fraud or impersonations will no longer be a risk for users and companies.
Cases of use of biometrics
Banking and finance
Many banks have decided to implement biometrics for their users to perform digital transactions. In this way digital fraud or theft when banking transactions are made can be avoided.
In the insurance industry, biometrics plays a key role. Users log in and their movements and queries can be protected, because you can verify that someone is who they say they are.
Many countries have implemented biometrics in different processes such as the digital registration of each person, this facilitates all the procedures that someone has to perform. Even, this technology helps public servants to access their work platforms.
Similarly, biometrics is also applied to the health sector, retail, telecommunications, public services, education and transport, among others.
To tell the truth, this technology is adaptable to any need. That’s why we, through Unicus, create solutions for different companies and with the approach they require.
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