Datos Insights Matrix: Behavioral Biometrics and Device Fingerprinting Solutions

Behavioral biometric and device fingerprinting solutions are gaining popularity as a way to authenticate users and detect possible scam activity.

While these functions came to market at different times over the past 10 years, recent innovations from vendors are bringing them together into a single, unified solution. A strong benefit of this combined solution is that it is a passive authenticator running in the background, unbeknownst to the end user. As such, it provides strong fraud detection and a positive user experience.

This report evaluates the overall competitive position of 10 vendors, focusing on vendor stability, client strength, product features, and client services. This report profiles Accertify, BioCatch, Callsign, DataVisor, Feedzai, LexisNexis Risk Solutions, Mastercard (NuData), Sardine, ThreatMark, and XTN Cognitive Security.

Clients of Datos Insights’ Fraud & AML service can download this report.

This report mentions Addi, Adobe, Affirm, AirAsia, Airbase, Al-Rajhi, American Express, Arkose Labs, Barclays, Blackhawk Network,, Block,,, Brex, CaixaBank, Cajamar, Capital One, Capitec, Cheseapeake Bank, Chime, Citi, DropBox, Ekata, Electronic Arts, Entersekt, F5, First Bank of Colorado, GitHub, Honey, HSBC, Intuit, Itau, The Knoble, KutxaBank, Lloyds, Microsoft, Motion Auto, NASA FCU, National Australia Bank, Nedbank, Neo Financial, NeuroID, Novo, OpenAI, OppFI, Paygilant, PayPal, PLUSCARD, Prove, Raiffeisen, RELX, Revelock, Roblox, Singapore Airlines, Snap, Sony Interactive, Square, SurfPay, Standard Bank Group, Task Rabbit, Tenpo Fintech Chile, Telecom Argentina, TransUnion, Twilio, Union Digital, Visa, X, and ZeePay.

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