Here’s how politicians and senior officials benefit from voice biometrics

Here’s how politicians and senior officials benefit from voice biometrics

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Recalling the incident when the British Prime Minister David Cameron got a call from an apparently “drunk hoaxer” claiming to be the director of Britain’s eavesdropping agency - it is an excellent example that highlights the importance of caller identity verification, especially in secure telephone services used by politicians and senior officials. A simple and effective solution, already used by Government Agencies outside the UK, involves the use of Voice Biometrics to positively verify callers before putting them through. In this solution a caller enrolled on the system simply states their name in response to a voice prompt. The system compares their voice against the enrolled voice print to confirm the caller’s identity.  Once confirmed the call can be forwarded with a reassuring message that this is a call from an…
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My voice is my password: TEDX Canberra

My voice is my password: TEDX Canberra

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[playlist type="video" ids="1079"] MY VOICE IS MY PASSWORD: CLIVE SUMMERFIELD, CTO OF AURAYA, AT TEDX TEDx­Can­berra brings ideas, the­atre, thinkers, inno­va­tors and enjoy­ment to the region with some of Can­berra and Australia’s most inter­est­ing pre­sen­ters tak­ing the stage to deliver their “ideas worth spreading”.  ArmorVox CEO and Founder, Clive Summerfield, was selected to present at TEDxCanberra 2012.  Presentations at the event centered around the theme  “An Opti­mistic Chal­lenge”. Describ­ing him­self as a speech tech­no­logy pion­eer, for over 20 years Clive has been spear­head­ing the research, devel­op­ment, and com­mer­cial­isa­tion of speech tech­no­lo­gies in Aus­tralia and around the world. In this audi­ence-sub­mit­ted talk from TEDx­Can­ber­ra 2012, tech­no­lo­gist, Clive Sum­mer­field gives us a brief look into the use of voice bio­met­rics as a mech­an­ism for trans­ac­tion secur­ity. More unique than a fin­ger­print, your voice is pos­sibly the best cur­rent solu­tion…
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