ArmorVox Next Generation Voice Biometrics for Government
ArmorVox has been designed to deliver optimum security and convenience - our team has been relentlessly pursuing this goal for decades. Our patented Impostor Mapping process has been designed to put you in charge of identifying duplicate enrollees. ArmorVox's fast cross matching with fraudster lists and hot lists help you identify fraudsters in real time - which means you get to proactively manage fraudsters. The security benefits are delivered while empowering citizens to access services securely, conveniently and privately with their voice. Every individual’s voice print is unique – which means you can be sure that using our technology will support your vision of serving citizens more safely and securely.
New Zealand Government achieves 2.2 million citizen enrolments within 2.5 years of implementing ArmorVox technology
Vodafone NZ, in collaboration with Salmat, delivers the biometric voice verification project as a managed service for the government. Auraya was chosen as the voice biometric technology supplier for the managed service and provided high level consulting services for security and usability issue. The NZ Government and has actively engaged Auraya in marketing and promotional activities during implementation of the solution to ensure user acceptance and accelerated adoption.
Delight your citizens with smarter experiences today. Verify citizens with ArmorVox so they can access public services seamlessly across multiple channels.
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VOICE BIOMETRICS IMPLEMENTATION FOR GOVERNMENT
You don't to need to expose the personal information of citizens to offshore contact centres
Like you fingerprint, your voice is unique. And like your fingerprint, your voice can be used to automatically verify your identity. The ArmorVox technology is compliant with the Australian Privacy Act; a caller’s identity can be verified “in-country” and under the protection of Australian Privacy Law. Only once verified is the caller transferred off-shore.
Setting the right security threshold need not be a hit-and-miss case anymore
Setting a “single global threshold” across the whole voice print database assumes that all voice prints exhibit the same security performance. In reality - noise, interference, distortion and speaker behaviour and variations in telecommunications channels often lead to voice prints with widely varying security performance.
Overcoming security vulnerabilities with Next Generation Voice Biometrics
A recent BBC article detailed a voice biometric breach that occurred when a journalist gained access to his twin brother’s HSBC bank account. The article exposes some common flaws in the design of legacy voice biometric solutions that reflect poorly on the industry as a whole. A well-designed system would consider the threat model of adversaries so that the risks of a breach are well managed.