For many businesses, identity verification requires more than just checking an ID. Jumio’s advanced risk signals provide additional assurance and trust that your customers are who they say they are — and that they do not provide unnecessary risk to your business — during onboarding and each time they return to your platform.
Access 500+ data sources to confirm your customers’ personally identifiable information (PII) and assess their risk.
Get a yes/no answer, automatically drive onboarding decisions and streamline your workflows.
Select the right amount of friction at the right time, starting with background signals like Device Risk and only triggering additional checks as needed.
Automation enables easy decision making in real time based on the customer’s risk score.
Keep your business healthy by periodically checking risk signals for your existing customers.
Assess the risk of the user’s device by detecting its IP address, OS and age with this frictionless check. Find out if they’re using GPS emulation, device rooting, VPNs or proxies to mask its high-risk location and trick your online identification flow.
Run the user’s name, address, phone and email through a network of global identity databases to gain assurance that they belong to this person and to assess the person’s overall risk in a single, lightweight step.
Determine the risk and reputation of a phone number. This service looks at usage patterns, usage velocity and phone data attributes. It also checks the number against the Global Phone Data Consortium for fraud history and evaluates messaging behavior.
More deeply assess the risk of an email address by evaluating its velocity, age, domain details, country, fraud history and other details.
Validate and corroborate addresses with independent, third-party sources. Determine whether the address extracted from a government-issued ID exists in the real world, and see if the person being verified actually lives at the address on their ID.
Verify that the name and address (and optionally date of birth and phone number) match the SSN by checking databases such as the Social Security Administration, USPS, credit bureaus and other proprietary sources.