The real challenge that cybersecurity companies and clients face is identifying a problem that can be solved in a narrow way, taking a technology and making a product, deploying it in a way that will be compatible with the ecosystem of the client, and making it actionable in a way that will demonstrate our [skill].
Imagine a sense of security on the internet, where the identity of website users is known and secure based on how fast or slow they swipe their fingers across the touchscreen of a phone or tablet, and how much theirs hands shake.
Such a patented cybersecurity system exists, and its name is BioCatch. By deriving a cognitive biometric profile, BioCatch is changing authentication, identifying criminal behavior, and reducing fraud.
Today we work with banks in a wide array of use cases and applications. BioCatch’s behavioral biometrics’ value proposition spans the spectrum of fruad detection and user authentication, providing both security and usability.
OurCrowd recently interviewed portfolio company BioCatch’s CEO Eyal Goldwerger about the company and cybersecurity sector, discussing how financial institutions worldwide are searching for solutions against the growing threat of fraudsters and malware.