Enhancing digital security using Signa-Deep for online signature verification and identity authentication


  • Ravikumar ch
  • Mulagundla Sridevi
  • M Ramchander
  • Vankudoth Ramesh
  • Vadapally Praveen Kumar




Deep Learning, Online signature Verification, authorization status, Identity authentication, digital transactions security


In the contemporary digital realm, the utilization of online services has surged, facilitated by the seamless integration of deep learning technology, which is paramount in applications demanding precision and efficiency. A pivotal use case in this context is online handwritten signature verification, where the need for exceptional accuracy is indisputable. This paper introduces 'Signa-Deep,' an innovative approach designed to address the challenge of online signature verification and the determination of an individual's authorization status. The study explores a range of methodologies, including Convolutional Neural Networks (CNN), Long Short-Term Memory (LSTM), GoogleNet, and MobileNet, to discern the authenticity of signatures and affirm the identity of the signatory. The results of our proposed method are promising, showcasing its potential to significantly enhance the security of digital transactions and identity verification processes. In summary, 'Signa-Deep' harnesses deep learning technology to bolster the accuracy and reliability of online signature verification, thereby contributing to the overall robustness of digital interactions and identity validation processes.