1. Bug Detection and Elimination: Proper QA helps identify and resolve bugs and issues in mobile applications. This process involves thorough testing of various functionalities, features, and user interactions to ensure the app functions as intended – both in design and by the user. By detecting and addressing bugs early in the development process, QA […]
Testing is an important step to determine if your applications are performing as intended. Two of the major types of software testing that help determine these are functional and non-functional, and these typically fall under Black Box testing… So what’s the difference? Functional Testing Functional testing involves testing an application against its business requirements. It […]
iBeta Quality Assurance (iBeta) today announced the expansion of their biometric security testing capabilities with the completion of their bi-annual audit by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) under the National Volunteer Laboratory Program (NVLAP) NVLAP Testing Lab Code 200962-0 and has achieved accreditation by Android as an Android Biometric Security Partner for […]
iBeta has been recognized as one of the Top 30 Software Testing Companies in 2021 by DesignRush, a B2B marketplace connecting brands with agencies, technology companies, and leading QA firms like iBeta. Being listed among over 9,000 technology companies and digital design agencies worldwide is a great honor for iBeta, who has been serving its […]
Denver, CO, April 29, 2021 — iBeta Quality Assurance (iBeta) today announced the expansion of the information listed on iBeta.com regarding the products that have passed our NIST/NVLAP ISO/IEC 30107-3 Presentation Attack Detection testing process as a service for companies looking to purchase biometric technology. This new table is especially designed to provide easy access […]
Biometric PAD testing benefits from government certification and level playing field: iBeta’s Gail Audette
“Gail Audette, biometrics project manager for iBeta Quality Assurance, tells Biometric Update in an interview that testing and standards for biometric presentation attack detection (PAD) and liveness detection are still in the process of maturing, and the market around them can be challenging for customers to navigate.” Read the whole interview over at Biometric Update.