Problem Statement

Voice biometrics can be used to authenticate the identity of an individual by using an individual’s voice.

Problem Dimensions

  • Additional Factor of Authentication to access any application.
  • Registration: At the time of registration, voice sample will be captured and mapped with customers account no and will be stored in database using an API.
  • Authentication: Authentication will be done using live voice feed match done against the voice sample retrieved from database using an API. Live voice feed will vary with dynamic text and timestamp.
  • Instead of the verification code sent thru SMS or Email, the identity of the individual can be verified using the voice of the account holder.

4 Practical Use Cases for Voice Authentication

  1. Mobile Applications: Voice authentication’s primary consumer-facing use case is hands-free mobile authentication. You need to do is provide a voice command to log in or authorize purchases, eliminating the need to memorize logins and passwords. An ideal for mobile phones or other settings where face recognition and other forms of biometric authentication can be inconvenient.
  2. Calls Centers and IVR Systems: Outdated security methods like traditional passwords or questions are no longer secure enough. Voice biometrics systems offer resistance against voice mimicking through intrinsic algorithms used for biometric analysis and offer a blocklist. This makes the technology especially helpful in the call support industry.
  3. Web Applications: You can add voice verification systems to web pages or applications in the banking and e-commerce sectors. Voice authentication in web applications can be helpful in the remote identification of users.
  4. Internet of Things (IoT): IoT applications offer new and innovative ways for communication and interaction between humans and machines. And as voice authentication can provide an added layer of security, you can easily access your IoT home device without any concerns.