Uncovering the anatomy of biometric attacks is vital to understanding risk and ensuring adaptive and resilient security is employed in accordance to the activity carried out. It is also essential in the development of evidence-based regulations and standards.
In the first of its kind, the iProov Biometric Threat Intelligence Report illuminates the key attack patterns witnessed throughout 2022.
This report will cover three new trends that arose in 2022:
- A sharp rise in attacks launched against mobile web, native iOS and Android shows that threat actors are advancing attacks across platforms;
- The emergence and growth of novel face swap attacks indicate that low-skilled criminals have access to the resources to launch advanced attacks;
- Automated, motion-based attacks launched simultaneously across geographical clusters.