Customer takes a selfie video that TRUSTDOCK uses for verification.
Customer takes a video that captures the front, back, and side of their ID for TRUSTDOCK to verify.
Optical character recognition "reads" documents for added layer of verification, comparing ID info to that provided by the customer.
Customer must put their ID photo within a random sequence of spaces for real-time image recognition to ensure that the ID capture is occuring live and that it is not a pre-recorded video attempting to cheat the system.
Customer's face from their selfie video is analyzed and compared to images from their ID document, IC chip, and/or ID database.
Customer's selfie video is analyzed using motion and voice detection to confirm that an actual live person was the subject and not a pre-recorded video or deepfake meant to cheat the system.
IInformation digitally read from customer ID is compared against national identity databases.
Customer ID's IC chip is read via NFC or physical card reader for comparison against national identity databases.
Every TRUSTDOCK product, whether through a website or a mobile app, provides the trusted service clients have come to rely on.
Living in today’s metropolitan world of cellular phones, mobile computers and other high-tech gadgets is not just hectic but very impersonal. Living in today’s metropolitan world of cellular phones, mobile computers and other high-tech gadgets is not just hectic but very impersonal.
Online transactions, from onboarding clients and employees to streaming the latest blockbusters, have become essential. Before COVID-19 shut down cities and restricted travel, digitally transforming operations were seen as a convenience or something for the future, when there was time. Now, they are necessary the world over across all facets of commercial and social life.