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Keystroke Dynamics

Intense provides solutions for worker health and IT safety with the use of keystroke dynamics.

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Sustainable Employability

Using state-of-the-art ML models, we translate the typing behavior and mouse movements into statistics about someone’s mental well-being. This makes how a user feels objective and quantifiable on a scale that was previously only possible if you hired an entire army of psychologist and doctors.

Continuous Authentication

Strong authentication doesn’t need to come at the cost of privacy or user experience. The way we type and use our mouse can be used as a behavioural

Our solutions

Our Solutions

We provide solutions in two different fields: sustainable employability and continuous authentication.

Keystroke Dynamics

Keystroke dynamics is the science behind the unique traits present in the keys pressed while typing. Mouse dynamics can be added to increase the number of features that can be measured.

In typing we use the following data:

  • Time between key presses

  • Duration of a key press


In mouse dynamics the following metrics are used among others:

  • Velocity

  • Mouse clicks frequency


By analyzing typing behaviour over a short period of time these keystrokes can be used to determine the authenticity of a user.

When keystrokes of an individual are measured over a longer period of time the slight deviations reflect the levels of stress and correlated symptoms.


Join Our Research

Currently, we are doing a study to determine the accuracy of our models in a work environment. For this research, we are looking for companies or departments that want to participate. During this research we will provide the following:

  • A global analysis of the participants in the study, this information can not be traced to any single person.

  • Interaction with the latest technology to detect stress

  • Free use of Work&Move wellbeing software by Bakker Elkhuizen

Click the button to get more information and to sign up for the study!

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