Contact Center Authentication
Authenticate any caller’s identity with liveness and cloned voice detection, intelligent routing, and multi-factor step-up authentication, all with little to no friction for your customers. The future is calling – will you pick up the phone?
- Mitigate identity fraud
- Reduce average call handling time
- Enjoy cross-channel authentication and a single, central identity for each customer across their lifecycle
- Increase customer satisfaction with intelligent routing
Say goodbye to weak, knowledge-based security factors (like PINs), frustrated callers, and increased operating costs and hello to biometric voice authentication, options for secure integration with mobile apps, intelligent routing, and cross-channel authentication for any customer, anywhere.
Call centers and contact centers are a magnet for identity fraud and the increasingly sophisticated fraudsters who infiltrate the CIAM of many organizations through weak authentication factors. That’s why we built our innovative solution to give you and your customers two things that are typically considered at odds when it comes to contact center authentication: advanced security that is low friction.
Once they give their consent, our contact center solution allows customers to onboard in the background, while they are doing business with one of your representatives, with no extra effort on their part. From that point on, any time they interact with your contact center, they are automatically authenticated.
The product behind our contact center solution is our biometric voice authentication offering, xVoice, which can be integrated into your existing contact center platform.
With call centers and contact centers experiencing more fraud than any other channel, what should I do first to protect my customers and data?
Implementing multi-factor authentication with voice biometrics is a huge step in mitigating these risks. With xVoice and registered device authentication through xAuth as a second factor, you can create a nearly invisible layer of protection.
AI is now able to create fake recordings of individual voices. How do your contact center solutions combat that?
AI is and will continue to be a challenge for the identity security industry, but we use a number of liveness detection techniques to prevent authentication through a recording. Our team of scientists is also diligently working to develop more algorithms that specifically detect voices that are simulated by AI.
What types of businesses require “strong authentication” for their contact centers?
Any organization that can provide access to or share details about financial or other high-value information will benefit from advanced authentication techniques. Financial services, healthcare, the public sector, and telecom are the most obvious examples of industries that should consider adding advanced security to their call centers and contact centers.