Bad actors use digital images of valid or altered driver’s licenses, passports, and other identification documents in their attempts to spoof identity verification processes. Document Liveness Detection uses AI and computer vision to distinguish between an original document and a digital image of a document shown on a mobile device or computer display.
IDLive Doc from ID R&D detects digitally-displayed document spoofs. The product builds on ID R&D’s deep expertise in single image passive facial liveness, which detects the use of photos, screen replays, and masks during facial matching. Pilot deployments of IDLive Doc have already revealed that document spoofing with digitally-displayed images is on the rise and more common than realized.