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Decentralised Passwordless Authentication & Authorisation

Despite adopting biometrics, services continue to store passwords – leaving users susceptible to credential hacks. With Anzen ID solution, end user doesn’t need to share its biometric details with the server or service provider. Hence offering confidence to end user & motivating them to use the platform as their biometric details will remain with them only and it’s also not possible to hack/leak biometric details over the network because biometric details never travel through network. Thus Anzen ID removes the hack targets from services by replacing shared secrets with decentralized authentication & authorisation details stored safely on user’s mobile devices


FIDO Universal Authentication Framework (FIDO UAF) standardized client-side biometric authentication platform, which offers: face, fingerprint and voice (under development) authentication modules for web and mobile channels. FIDO (Fast Identity Online) has established the most prominent standard for decentralized authentication, remove the risk of centralized credential storage by moving the crown jewels to the edge; and storing credentials in secure areas of smartphones or other devices that are in the control of the user. For details please check https://fidoalliance.org/how-fido-works/

Multimodal Authentication & Authorisation

Single authentication server of Anzen ID can support multiple biometric modalities – face and fingerprint. To cater the needs of emerging markets wherein, Anzen ID provides SMS based and PIN based solutions making it adaptive to market needs. To secure authentication, Anzen ID platform creates trusted digital identities by binding a user’s biometrics – unique traits or behavioral characteristics – with their mobile phone for a convenient yet secure experience

Advance Policy Management

Companies get full view & control on how their customers are using Anzen ID, giving details of geo-location, device information to company for better understanding of Anzen ID based usage. We believe in keeping things simple & convenient for our clients & their customer, hence providing detailed analysis of different outcomes of authentication or authorisation such as failed or success or timed out based on different types of approval methods.

Why Biometrics More Secure

In an increasingly digital world, with the proliferation of applications and networks, traditional forms of authentication or authorisation, like passwords, can no longer protect your customers, your employees, or their data. Breaches are a daily occurrence and 2FA isn’t slowing that down. When it comes to actually deploying biometric authentication to users, two common concerns are addressing the challenges of rolling out a biometric login experience to users accustomed to passwords, and ensuring the safety and integrity of biometric data. Like any data, biometric data can fall into the wrong hands if not protected. This is where tokenization comes in as you can secure biometric data in nearly the same way that you secure credit card data through tokenization, such as what Apple Pay does.

Biometric Authentication & Authorisation

Biometrics are part of the cutting edge of technology. Adoption of biometric technology is becoming more and more mainstream. No longer is it just the stuff of science fiction films and geeky gadgets. Biometrics are distinctive, measurable characteristics that are used to identify us. Biometric authentication or authorisation are done with user’s biometric details like fingerprints, face recognition, eye scan etc to provide easier & better customer experience. Unlike passwords, biometrics are part of us. They can’t be forgotten, lost or borrowed leading them to be not easily hackable. That’s why biometrics are more secure than passwords and convenient to use

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