Meet Asignio's best-in-class, passwordless, multi-factor authentication
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How Asignio SignID Works
Drawn directly on any touchscreen device with symbols, letters or numbers, Asignio Sign is unique to each user.
Taken while the user draws their Asignio Sign, facial verification ensures liveness and adds security without additional friction.
Each Asignio SignID authentication uses four factors of security
Something you have
Your registered device
Something you know
What you sign
Something you are
Something you do
How you draw your Asignio Sign
Best-in-class security to combat fraud
Synchronous biometric security
Asignio Sign and facial verification work together to establish liveness and prevent spoofing attacks, creating best-in-class security.
Prevents fraud at the point of transaction
Biometric MFA does not rely on possession of a device or email account, preventing increasingly-sophisticated deepfake and phishing attacks.
KYC & AML compliant
Ensures user accounts are protected, including identity proofing at account opening, sign-in and transaction approval.
No new app is required, allowing access via any
Access from any device
Asignio can be used across touchscreen devices, eliminating device reliance and re-registration.
Switch your users to biometrics in minutes
Asignio is integrated with most IAM providers for plug-and-play setup. Our multiple APIs, including OIDC and SAML, makes configuring pilot users a breeze
Easily integrated into existing systems
Configurable, risk-based platform
Risk-based security score
A constellation of risk factors is measured with each interaction, allowing for customized security tolerances for different transactions.
Secondary biometric mode as fallback
As an alternative when Asignio Sign is not available, voice verification combined with facial verification ensures two biometrics are always authenticated.
Fraud resilient where others fail
Web-based biometrics can be used on any device with browser access, enabling biometric MFA in case of forgotten password, new or lost device, and new account opening.