Trust Stamp Detect


High-performance deduplication

To protect your systems from bad actors using multiple fraudulent documents or falsified identifiers, it is critical to ensure that each person only has one unique profile. Biometrics present a transformative way to determine that every new applicant is unique from all existing users. A bad actor cannot change their name or identifiers to create multiple accounts, because their face is unique to them.

However, using biometric data captured on enrolment to deduplicate presents multiple challenges for an organisation with many users and applicants:

  1. Storing large amounts of biometric information puts sensitive data at risk
  2. Computational inefficiencies in matching biometric templates of all applicants with all existing users lead to extensive cost and time burdens
High-performance deduplication

The next level of fraud prevention

Trust Stamp's proprietary data transformation and deduplication technology dramatically reduces the processing power needed to deduplicate large volumes of records accurately, saving time and money while augmenting your fraud-prevention strategy with a robust matching protocol that has not been computationally feasible until now. Seamlessly analyse your entire user base on every new entry for the next level of fraud prevention.


Efficient, tailored solutions that last

Prevent Fraud and Protect Data

Biometric deduplication is a powerful indicator of synthetic identities. Trust Stamp's transformation algorithms minimise and obfuscate raw information, turning PII into pseudonymised data that serves no use if compromised. With Trust Stamp Detect, you can determine the uniqueness of one identity among many, without sharing or revealing sensitive information

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Prevent Fraud and Protect Data

Leverage Unmatched Efficiency

Trust Stamp’s patented transformation and comparison technologies significantly minimise the amount of data necessary for accurate deduplication, and probabilistic matching protocols limit analysis to only the most likely matches. These factors combined make large-scale biometric deduplication computationally possible, operationally realistic, and financially attractive.

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Leverage Unmatched Efficiency

Adjust to Meet Risk-Acceptance Needs

Adjustable matching thresholds allow your organisation to set criteria based on risk-acceptance needs, and to change thresholds on-the-fly to balance good friction with security requirement

Adjust to Meet Risk-Acceptance Needs

Build Robust Systems with Longevity

Fraud-prevention functionality increases as your user base grows, without ever creating a honeypot of biometric data for bad actors to target. The addition of a randomising seed makes it possible to revoke tokens in the event of compromise

Build Robust Systems with Longevity

The core technology

Trust Stamp’s identity proofing and deduplication technology maximises the privacy and utility of identity information by leveraging pseudonymised token identifiers for accurate, low-resource matching within your systems. If ever compromised, tokens provide no value to would-be identity thieves


Privacy-Protecting Power of the Irreversibly Transformed Identity Token

Learn how Trust Stamp’s tokenisation tech maximises privacy and utility of personal data to enhance risk and data protection measures with a frictionless UX

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