Identity documents are traditionally designed to be verified in 3D environments. In 3D environments you can shine a UV light to reveal security features, feel the document texture, or see if a photo has been stuck on. But with 6.5 billion online transactions needing verification each year, we need to adapt to verifying in remote 2D environments.
This means that we need to not only adapt to verifying a 2D document, but a capture of a 2D document. A capture of a document that might have been taken in bad light and with a bad camera. With so many variables in play, how can you perform the best analysis?
In this webinar, Daniela Djidrovska and Malik Alibegovic from Interpol’s Counterfeit Currency and Security Documents Branch, together with Michael Van Gestel (Global Head of Fraud), Dimitrie Radu (Senior Document Specialist), and Simon Horswell (Senior Document Specialist) from Onfido discuss:
- Best practice for assessing 3D documents in a 2D world
- What can be done to ensure the best possible capture of 2D documents
- How document manufacturers can bear this transition in mind
- What they think the future holds for document analysis