Higher education is responsible for nearly 25% of all the 250M data breaches in the US, so it’s important to protect students from having their identities stolen and meet the student identity verification requirements as outlined in the the 2008 Education Act guidelines. BioSig-ID™ offers a simple, affordable solution that does not require hardware and exceeds the evolving identity management policies for student integrity in distance education.
With online enrollment increasing 12% annually, BSI’s solutions can be used efficiently in distance learning environments including discussion groups, attendance checking, paper submissions, or accessing personal student files.
BioSig-ID™ captures the way the student moves/draws their secret code with their mouse when they enroll in the system and creates a profile that is used to compare their signature using random, periodic, challenges. The student also enrolls in BSI’s second layer of “identity proofing” ClickID™ an image pattern recognition technology. The integrated solution offers a unique closed loop that allows the student ability to perform an automatic password re-set and avoid costly help desk calls.
- BSI is the world’s only patented dynamic gesture biometric technology for Internet, Intranet, Fixed or Mobile devices
- Accuracy exceeds NIST standards
- Provides exceptional Depth-in-Defense Authentication
- Assures non-repudiation of origin (NRO) without the direct involvement of a Trusted Third Party
- Requires no special hardware like other biometrics
- Uses only a mouse, stylus or finger on a touch screen
- Robust audit trail, security analytics, and security alerts
- Language, age and location agnostic – Global Use
- Easy to deploy
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