Auraya Systems, a globally recognized expert on voice authentication solutions, has recently implemented the ArmorVox Speaker Identity System.
Officials with Auraya Systems claimed that the ArmorVox Speaker Identity System is the first commercially viable state-of-the-art voice biometric identity verification software that makes implementation practical.
Thanks to the system, solutions providers can now easily implement richer and more flexible voice authentication security and identity management applications within the enterprise or in the cloud.
"High-profile cyber-attacks and data breaches are making front-page news almost daily," said Dr. Clive Summerfield, CEO and founder of Auraya Systems, in a statement.
Summerfield said that the need for stronger protection of passwords, personal information, intellectual property, and corporate secrets is driving greater acceptance of new high-tech security solutions. He then added that the industry has long awaited advances in voice biometrics technology that are more practical, affordable, and secure, and the company is proud to be the first company making such technology advances possible.
ArmorVox has evolved from government services and telecommunications research and development projects conducted by Dr. Summerfield and the Auraya team. Because of those projects, Summerfield found that neither text-dependent nor text-independent technology alone delivered appropriate levels of security.
"However, combining the two, you can achieve the desired result," Summerfield added.
Until now, implementing such solutions has been prohibitively expensive. But the release of ArmorVox changes all that – enabling partners to implement secure, cost-effective and easy-to-configure solutions for homeland security, banks, healthcare, IT help desks, telecommunications carriers and others.
"ArmorVox is a compelling, high performance voice biometrics engine. It provides exceptional flexibility in how we configure and deploy identity authentication in our help-desk and corporate security applications," said Craig Neil, managing director of NSC Group in Australia who use ArmorVox to provide security in healthcare services.
Auraya Systems partners also include Canadian firm Voice Innovate Corporation, which is standardizing on ArmorVox technology for their security solutions.
Back in October, Auraya Systems had announced the opening of its North America operations based in Nashua, New Hampshire.
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Edited by Jamie Epstein