Real-time online identity verification solutions firm Socure has gained investment from Flint Capital, an international venture capital fund investing across US, Israel and Europe.In a statement, Socure simply stated that “the fund has joined the round totaling $2.5M”. Further details were not disclosed.Socure added that it has attracted more than seven million dollars of investment capital, from ff Venture Capital (New York), Two Sigma Ventures (New York), Founder Collective (Cambridge, MA), and others. Socure counts Top-tier banks, remittance and payments companies, card networks, lenders, merchants and credit bureaus across 32 countries among its clients.The company's concept of “Social Biometrics”, is used by businesses to verify, in real time, that people are who they say they are, using social networks and other trusted online resources to prevent financial fraud and enable inclusion for billions of people worldwide.”Socure is pioneering identity verification with its Social Biometrics platform, which helps financial institutions to combat fraud globally,” said Sergey Gribov, partner at Flint Capital. “Socure excels where current identity verification solutions fall short, enabling verification for people who don't have a credit history. This is an even bigger market outside of the US, where credit systems don't exist at all. Flint Capital is planning to help the company with our international connections and expertise.”