Credentialing provider firm DeakinDigital has voice biometrics functionality built into its online assessment platform.ArmorVox voice verification software from Auraya Systems has been integrated into the MyDeakinDigital member portal.The integration means that the firm's Education and assessment tools can be directly linked to identities.DeakinDigital CTO Michael Tan said, “Education and assessment are increasingly undertaken online and the ability to verify that the candidate is who they say they are offers credibility and assurance for employees and employers alike. The voice verification solution is part of a larger identity verification service that means credentialing can be done online and at large scale, while still remaining secure, valid and user-friendly.”During the credential assessment process, applicants submit a testimony and evidence of their professional experience and participate in an online video interview with assessors.Candidates will now register their voice at MyDeakinDigital. During the video interview, the system will verify that the candidate's voice matches the voice of the person who registered. This voice profile is continuously updated to cater for changes in the candidate's voice over a period of time.The speaker identity system was architected by DeakinDigital's CTO Michael Tan. Icon Agency's digital team built the integration into the existing member portal using ArmorVox technology.