Three-factor authentication (3FA) is the strongest authentication available since it combines something you know (password), something you have (phone or email), and something you are (biometrics).
In VoiceProtect, we use voice biometrics for the “something you are”. Why? If we rely on a device’s biometrics, such as a phone’s face or fingerprint biometrics (also sometimes known as FaceID or TouchID), what happens if you lose or break your phone? Since the biometrics are tied to that specific device, you would be locked out of your account. This is why phones have a passcode to get around the biometrics, but that […]Read more »