Lloyds plans to listen to background noise to create an 'audio footprint' when customers phone to help weed out fraudsters



Lloyds Banking Group is looking to tackle the fraud epidemic facing Britain by investing in new technology to flag potential scammers on the telephone.
The technology works by creating an 'audio fingerprint' of each call by analysing 147 unique call features within 30 seconds, such as location, background noise, number history and call type. 
Anything unusual is flagged to the bank, to help stop fraudsters who call up in their tracks. 
It also identifies multiple callers associated with the same phoneprint, allowing firms to detect and track fraud rings. 
Lloyds, which has around 30million... read more

 
13 October 2016 in Business, Views: 50
Source: Daily Mail
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