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Speechpro’s FAW helps clarify the Rob Ford case
November 19, 2013

October, 31 a listener called a local Toronto radio show, introducing himself as Ian, and defended the governor of Toronto Rob Ford in his speech.

Some have decided that the caller was Rob Ford himself but was he really? The Canadian news agency Global News asked for clarification from the audio forensic experts. Marisa T. Déry, a forensic engineer at the Tamar Mastering, Boston uses SpeechPro Forensic Audio Workstation in her investigation.

CRM magazine: Voice Biometrics Builds a Business Case
November 18, 2013

Advances in speech security have made it more feasible and reliable as a call center tool.

By Leonard Klie

Talking passwords: voice biometrics for data access and security
March 4, 2013

SpeechPro has published the article in the February issue of the Biometric Technology Today magazine, one of the most authoritative sources of news, analysis and surveys in the international biometrics market, established by Elsevier Ltd.

Speech Technology Magazine: Voice Biometrics Grows Up
August 23, 2012

NEW YORK (SpeechTEK 2012)—Millions of people are enrolled in voice biometric systems or solutions that use voiceprints to ensure fraud prevention, and companies that are using such systems are finding additional benefits, including improved customer care and customer satisfaction.

Speech Technology: The 2012 Star Performers
August 2, 2012

Mergers and acquisitions have played a significant role in the selection of this year's Star Performers. In fact, three out of the four recipients were selected largely because of their smart pairings, which will yield multimodal self-service technologies and speech-enabled clinical documentation solutions suitable for government-mandated health records. The fourth company deserves recognition not only for earning this award on its own merit, without an acquisition, but for the intended goal of the company—to help law enforcement agencies crack down on crime using speech technology.

Speech Strategy News on new SpeechPro's forensic audio software release
May 12, 2012

SpeechPro announced the release of SIS II, the newest version of its SIS forensic audio analysis software. SIS has long been a mainstay with private and government audio analysis experts around the world and is used in 36 countries. SIS II not only represents the latest advancements in forensic audio processing capabilities, but also includes new analysis and processing tools, as well as features designed to improve productivity and plug-in modules for biometric matching and audio recording authentication.

News from VBC2012: LexisNexis, Agnitio and SpeechPro Augment their Voice Biometric Offers
April 19, 2012

One of the metrics for maturity of an emerging technology is the formal introduction of packaged products of services. It was gratifying to note that three members of the voice biometrics community made significant additions to their offerings in the past week. Two of them were formally unveiled at Voice Biometrics Conference-NYC.

The New York  Times: A Russian A.T.M. With an Ear for the Truth
December 21, 2011

MOSCOW — Russia’s biggest retail bank is testing a machine that the old K.G.B. might have loved, an A.T.M. with a built-in lie detector intended to prevent consumer credit fraud.

November 2, 2011

Watch the video interview with SpeechPro President Alexey Khitrov on the Biometrics Consortium Conference and Technology Expo which was held in Tampa, Florida on September 27-29th. Supported by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and the National Security Agency (NSA), the Biometrics Consortium Conference is focused on Biometric Technologies for Defense, Homeland Security, Identity Management, Border Crossing and Electronic Commerce.