Using location-based information, network signals and on-device sensors, Incognia analyzes current location and location behavior history to confirm if a new device can be authorized at onboarding and login. Incognia’s Location-based Device Authorization works silently in the background when a user attempts to login with a new device, and compares the current anonymized location environment with the historical location behavior associated with the account.
Onboarding: the user device is completely unknown by the account at this point.
Login: the device has never previously been seen by the account.
Onboarding: Incognia compares the address information provided by the user with the current location of the device.
Login: Incognia compares the current device location environment with the user's anonymized location behavior history associated with the account.
Onboarding: If the device location matches, or is nearby, the address provided at onboarding, a low risk assessment is returned. Otherwise a high risk assessment is returned.
Login: If the new device is at or near one of the user's trusted locations, a low risk assessment is returned. Otherwise a high risk assessment is returned.
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