The online dashboard used for reviewing identity verification transactions, to administer users, configuration and manually run transactions has been completely redesigned for ease of use, self-service and with a new look that ID+ clients are raving about!
Continuing regular product updates to the current version 2.5 of the Socure ID+ solution for consumer verification, August brings enhancements that make ID+ more predictive of valid identities, more robust in information output, and more specific in detailed responses.
This blog outlines some of those updates, and shows you where you can find more information about each area of feature enhancement in ID+!
Watchlist checks have been improved, returning more relevant information to make meeting regulatory compliance guidelines easier with more robust data! Socure can be the single-source solution for KYC/CIP and AML Compliance solutions, with global watchlists checks for sanctions and enforcements in over 140 countries. Learn more in this blog.
Since the dawn of time - or at least since man started using ID+ for consumer verification of individual identities, the AuthScore has been the central component of an ID+ Score. A simple ordinal whole number between 0 and 10, it is the cornerstone of ascertaining if a consumer being verified is the person they claim to be. For the latest relase of Socure ID+ for Consumer Verification, version 2.5, the AuthScore is "new and imrpoved" for better validation.
At Socure, we’re committed to the continuous improvement of our ID+ solution for consumer verification. Soon, clients will need to take action in order to ensure continuous service as we make updates to our product.
What’s New in ID+ Version 2.5
Over the past two years, Socure has redefined electronic identity verification with alternative data from trusted online and social media information. In version 2.5, we have upped the game with tremendous enhancements to both our SOC-2 Certified Social Biometrics platform and our ID+ APIs.
To do this, ID+ now returns more data than ever before. More data sources, more detailed and expanded field validation and reason codes, more input for fraud prediction—more information for better consumer decisioning.