Who am I? A Vision for Voice Authentication

This entertaining session will introduce participants to the world of voice authentication. With the rapid rise in acceptance of voice interfaces, it's inevitable that the underlying applications will have functions requiring secure communications. In addition to the usual challenges posed to system architects when designing a secure environment, voice interfaces offer new hurdles. Entering a PIN number or typing in a password are events which can be executed with a level of relative secrecy and are unequivocal – being entered either correctly or incorrectly.

What would you do on the phone, in a crowded room or at the supermarket if you were forced to shout out your password as a form of authentication? Nothing at all, in all probability! There is however increasing demand for secure voice authentication – and the methods and technologies involved are becoming more reliable. Hands-free operations are the way of the future, let’s find out how to make them secure.

The sessions includes a Demo with Amazon Alexa

Dan Fitzpatrick

General Manager at Frank REPLY, Practice Lead for Voice Machine Interfaces, REPLY AG

Frankfurt am Main, Germany


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